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U.S. department store Fred Segal has launched its first ecommerce- and content-driven Web site.
The new feature allows Pinterest users on iOS to search for specific products to buy. The addition to the app brings the social platform into the forefront of mobile commerce, and gives Amazon and Etsy a significant competitor in the space.
Swiss watchmaker Officine Panerai is entering ecommerce with its first-ever online boutique in the United States market.
Luxury brands are generally expanding their offerings online, with between 5 and 6 percent more high-end items available via ecommerce in the spring/summer 2015 season than the fall fashion season, according to a new report by ContactLab and BNP Paribas.
Over the course of the first half of 2015, marketers strove to prove that print is not dying but undergoing a renaissance that embraces digital while remaining true to tradition.
French fashion label Givenchy is giving consumers the opportunity to preorder one of its most iconic bags online, while still maintaining the brand’s classic and personal aesthetic on its Web site.
New York-based Pologeorgis Furs has announced plans to expand its Web presence to include ecommerce this coming fall.
Within the luxury industry, fashion brands are seeing the gap between in-store and online sales close at the sharpest rate, according to a new report by the Luxury Institute.
MONTE-CARLO, Monaco – Only the United States and China will account for more sales in the luxury industry than collective ecommerce by 2025, according to a McKinsey analyst at the Financial Times’ Business of Luxury Summit June 8.