NEW YORK – Technology and the Internet has fundamentally changed the retail landscape forever, resulting in six major shifts that can now be identified, according to an author at the Columbia Business School Retail & Luxury Goods Conference March 27.
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NEW YORK – As technology emerges to help facilitate services, the human touch is still key, according to panelists at the Columbia Business School Retail & Luxury Goods Conference March 27.
London-based shoemaker Manolo Blahnik is generating attention from its fans for its foray into socks with German brand Falke through a social video.
French women’s apparel label Chloé is teasing a garment through quick videos on its social media feeds.
French apparel and accessories house Hermès is celebrating the wandering spirit with a video series showcasing its menswear.
Lebanese couture house Elie Saab turned to artist Katie Rodgers, known as Paper Fashion, to capture the “vision of a moment lived.”
Italian fashion label Versace is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its timepiece collection with a content hub and new wristwatch that examines the brand’s codes and ethos.
German automaker Mercedes-Benz is taking its followers on a virtual road trip with a new social video touring South Florida as part of its 48-hour adventures series.
British automaker Jaguar is giving its followers on social media a sneak preview of the exciting feat it will attempt on March 24 to promote the release of its new XF car.
U. S. fashion brand Marc Jacobs is thinking pink this spring with the release of its spring/summer 2015 campaign video and a fun, new paint job for the Mercer Street store in New York.