As the luxury landscape continues to evolve and geopolitical turmoil affects emerging markets, the brands that will come out on top must be able to adapt to the resulting consumer behavior.
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Marketers are taking a slower approach to developing Apple Watch applications as the benefits of doing so are not apparent yet, and those that do foray into the technology must set clear goals before jumping into production, according to new research from Strategy Analytics.
More than a third of luxury buyers plan to spend a higher amount on holiday gifts this year than in 2014, but brands are already too late, according to a new report from Shullman Research Center.
New York real estate prices fell 4.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015, but there is no cause for alarm, says brokerage firm Town Residential.
Italian fashion house Gucci’s ongoing revitalization efforts extended to social media during Milan Fashion Week, with the brand capturing more than 2 million total social actions.
Despite boasting immense followings, a large percentage of luxury fashion brands are surprisingly inactive on social media, according to a new report by Brandwatch.
Affluent households in the United States will purchase $33 billion worth of goods this holiday season, a 4 percent increase from the year-ago, according to American Affluence Research Center’s 27th annual Millionaire Monitor.
Online fashion retail is poised for rapid growth, but that does not mean that in-store retail will falter or become less important, according to a new report by Fashionbi.
International business travelers should be a high-priority target for brands because of the group’s spending power and youth, according to a new report from iProspect.
A new study on consumer satisfaction, with a concentration on luxury hotels and resorts, reveals surprising rankings for some of the most well-known brands.