According to a new report by Borderfree, Singaporean consumers will spend upwards of $4.4 billion on retail ecommerce this year.
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Waldorf Astoria Hotels and Resorts is embarking on a year-long partnership with Harper’s Bazaar to promote its 26 properties with immersive content.
Luxury watch and jewelry brands are significantly lagging behind other industries when it comes to the crucial factor of ecommerce, according to a new report by L2.
Parisian fashion label Kenzo is taking consumers on an island vacation through the comfort of their own computer screens with the digital Kenzo Island feature on the brand’s Web site.
Affluent consumers have shown their interest in buying goods online, but many luxury brands have been hesitant to embrace ecommerce as part of their retail strategy.
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Italian fashion house Fendi has announced that it will soon offer global ecommerce after an initial launch in Europe.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is launching interactive retail tables that will allow consumers to browse inventory using touchscreen technology in three select stores.
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