German automaker Mercedes-Benz is looking a little less holy with the loss of one noteworthy fan: the pope.
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Condé Nast’s Tatler is embracing its British culture and traditional manners through a joint venture with the Debrett’s Academy for etiquette.
Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts is offering the fastest caller an opportunity to celebrate Singapore’s 50th anniversary of independence in style with a 10-day trip centered on the country’s Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 2 – Christian Louboutin shifts focus, uses jewelry as lipstick inspiration; Tom Ford matches James Bond’s elegance, love of luxury in latest film; Barneys shows the love in handbag social video; Peninsula crafts family memories via SnowPage holiday effort.
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The Peninsula Hotel has redesigned its annual SnowPage holiday fundraiser to include “golden tickets” as a thank you for those who have purchased over the years.
Department store chain Barneys is expressing its love of handbags in a fashion influencer-backed stop-motion video campaign.
French footwear label Christian Louboutin has expanded its recently launched beauty collection to include high heel-inspired lipsticks.
The United Kingdom’s luxury market is worth $49.5 billion, with that number forecast to increase to $78 billion to $87 billion by 2019, according to a new report from Walpole.