Italy’s Salvatore Ferragamo is narrowing its focus on the tie as a symbol of masculinity and sophistication in its latest menswear campaign.
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British smartphone manufacturer Vertu is ensuring its consumers and enthusiasts are up-to-date on brand happenings through an updated newsletter program.
Italy’s Giorgio Armani is separating brand pillars to increase interest in all its facets during the label’s 40th anniversary.
British automaker Jaguar is taking consumers on a trip to Northern Spain as it displays the new XE’s driving abilities in a series of short social videos.
French fashion house Christian Dior is taking consumers behind-the-scenes at Cannes Film Festival with a video series set in the Dior suite at the Hotel Majestic.
British retailer Fortnum & Mason is asking its network of ambassadors for feedback on a number of new initiatives.
While technological breakthroughs in the last 10 years have had a significant impact on the world of interior design, future innovations are poised to permanently change the relationship between consumers and designers.
New York-based department store Bergdorf Goodman is combining “puppies and purses” with an online feature touting designer bags.
As more luxury retailers are entering ecommerce, they want to ensure their online storefront fits with their brand image, but without their knowledge, outside factors may be altering the user experience.
Mobile and social technologies have provided unprecedented access to consumers that luxury brands can leverage in a number of ways, according to a report by RadiumOne and WBR Digital.