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Global interest in fine Swiss-made watches grew by 5.7 percent despite a slowdown in sales throughout Asia, according to the Digital Luxury Group’s tenth annual World Watch Report 2014.
Swiss watchmaker Patek Philippe is at the forefront of brands in the haute horlogerie category, according to a preview of the Digital Luxury Group’s tenth annual World Watch Report 2014.
French fashion house Lanvin is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a campaign spanning all of its social media platforms and its Web site.
French atelier Chanel is screening its 30-minute documentary in Dallas’ Fair Park prior to its Métiers d’Art collection called “Paris-Dallas” to remind consumers of the connection between the fashion house and the United States.
French label Chanel ranks as the most sought-after fashion brand in China, placing ahead of other brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior and Gucci, according to a new report from the Digital Luxury Group.
Internet users in the United States generate 66.3 percent of global searches for luxury hotel brands with New York securing the No. 1 spot as the most-searched for destination, according to a new report from Digital Luxury Group.
The number of Internet searches in Brazil for luxury automotive brands rose 68 percent in 2012 with Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Range Rover in the lead, according to a new report from Digital Luxury Group.
Christian Dior and Prada were the top two brands being discussed on Chinese social media site Sina Weibo Feb. 24 after the 85th Annual Academy Awards, according to a new report by the Digital Luxury Group.
U.S. fashion house Michael Kors is experiencing rapid growth in sales due to product value, positioning in both the apparel and accessories categories, store openings in key markets and word of mouth, experts say.