Paris-based leather goods house Goyard is hosting a parade within Hong Kong’s Pacific Place shopping destination Jan. 29-31.
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British department store chain Selfridges is responding to the rise of international consumers by organizing a dedicated customer service center inside its London flagship.
Media group Time Inc. has invested in peer-to-peer ecommerce network Keaton Row to further increase the transactional nature of its publication, InStyle.
Despite the obvious benefits, many retailers still hold the view that the in-store pickup process is too complicated and costly to warrant investment.
New York is returning to normalcy following a milder snowstorm than expected, but what can be gleaned from the preparedness strategies of luxury brands before the blizzard hit?
Despite increasing investment, only 58 percent of luxury brands are satisfied with their mobile initiatives, according to a new report by RadiumOne and WBR Digital.
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.”
As more millennials use smartphones for everyday purchases, they are rapidly shaping the future of the retail industry by changing how consumers buy products.
How should luxury brands and retailers continue to stoke demand in a blizzard-blighted New York market?January 27, 2015
As New York braces against what could amount to the largest winter storm in its history, luxury brands and retailers have an opportunity to make a difference.