Furthering its three-dimensional strategy, the Italian retailer is adding a size simulator to private luxury menswear brand Mr. P.’s permanent range.
Working with U.S. consultancy Superconnector Studios, the French luxury conglomerate is rolling out a platform that will translate the marketing efforts of its maisons into audio, television and film formats.
The British fashion group is celebrating the creative talents of its collaborators in the latest edition of the People & Perspectives initiative.
The beauty group’s luxury division is out with short films revealing the extensive process of crafting high-end fragrances.
Now, fliers onboard the U.A.E.-based company planes can enjoy self-care items from Italian fashion house Armani and U.K. skincare brand Espa.
Open now through March 4, 2024, the Swiss watchmaker is presenting 200 years of retrograde indications at a new exhibition.
Working with the American rapper, the French fashion house will soon be out with a men’s collection for spring 2024.
The Shanghai-based luxury fashion firm’s revenues were nearly flat, up 1 percent year-over-year as macroeconomic factors posed challenges.
The Italian fashion house is showcasing its latest men’s and women’s collections through the lens of two renowned creatives.
English actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson supports the rollout of refillable packaging for the product revival.
The Swiss watchmaker has selected five Laureates whose projects tackle humanitarian and environmental issues.
Elements of the Italian automaker’s customization programs will remain on display all year.
After striking a deal with Italian fashion label Marni earlier this month, the U.S. beauty group has cemented plans to conduct business on behalf of another Milanese house.
The Spanish fashion label’s “Crafted World” presentation opens next month.
Called “Centered Around You,” the South Korean automaker places end drivers at the core of its latest campaign.
By embracing a less-but-better approach to libations, younger consumers are supporting a shift toward industry premiumization, according to a new release.
The Italian luxury conglomerate’s brands include Diesel, Jil Sander, Maison Margiela, Marni and Viktor & Rolf.
New spaces featuring Swiss-made brands Tag Heuer and Tudor are being operated by the British luxury watch and jewelry retailer.
Italian hospitality company Arsenale Group and train company Saudi Arabia Railways (SAR) are starting production on a milestone project.
Recruiting over 400 more technicians at its Warwickshire and Wales facilities, the move aims to boost the British automaker’s production output.
Macro-cultural value shifts mean high-net-worth travelers now have a different set of expectations.
The luxury market is poised for transformative shifts across various domains, painting a dynamic landscape for industry players.
What is the future of luxury retail? Like with any global industry, it is complicated and will be largely influenced by technology.