NEW YORK – Consumers are becoming more digitally connected, hopping from device to device, requiring fashion brands to adapt to this growing tech adoption with cross-channel efforts that put their needs and desires first, according to speakers at the inaugural Stylus Fashion Briefing Jan. 22.
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French luxury association Comité Colbert is hosting a career day to spark interest in the industry in the minds of young adults.
Paris-based leather goods house Goyard is hosting a parade within Hong Kong’s Pacific Place shopping destination Jan. 29-31.
LVMH-owned Veuve Clicquot is continuing to highlight Champagne’s versatility with a game day prop just in time for the Super Bowl Feb. 1.
Media group Time Inc. has invested in peer-to-peer ecommerce network Keaton Row to further increase the transactional nature of its publication, InStyle.
Now, more than ever before, luxury consumers are environmentally conscious and aware and have begun outwardly searching for brands with ethical and sustainable business practices.
Scotch whisky-maker Johnnie Walker is aiming to increase digital interactions with wealthy spirits drinkers through the introduction of “Johnnie Walker House — World of Privileges.”
British perfumer Floris London is giving consumers a glimpse into its bevy of ingredients using specific boards on Pinterest.
Italian jeweler Bulgari has captured the day in the life of guests at its London hotel in a social video shared with the property’s followers.
Swiss skincare maker La Prairie is assisting in the consumer journey with the introduction of a Collection Discovery Tool.