April 7, 2020
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Britain’s Walpole gets Italian counterpart Altagamma to share what it is like in besieged Italy
British luxury trade lobby Walpole got Fondazione Altagamma, its sister organization in Italy, to share the fallout of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic on the country and the luxury sector.
Net-A-Porter restores UK online ordering with delayed fulfillment
Online retailer Net-A-Porter is open again for business in the United Kingdom and Europe after finding a workaround to take orders from customers even as its distribution centers remain closed.
Langham Hotels breaks pink-hued sharing campaign of positivity
The Langham Hotels & Resorts is running a social media campaign called #inthepink as a means to share favorite moments as consumers are under siege from the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Ralph Lauren Corp., hit hard by COVID-19 retail lockdowns, to furlough employees, corporate staff starting April 12
Suffering the consequences of the COVID-19 lockdown measures worldwide, U.S. fashion giant Ralph Lauren Corp. has given warning that starting April 12 it will put the vast majority of its store employees and a portion of its corporate staff on unpaid temporary furlough.
Gucci, targeting the housebound, takes viewers inside the kitchens of Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura
Italian fashion label Gucci is giving consumers a virtual tour inside the kitchens of Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura, whose latest outpost opened recently two months ago in Beverly Hills, CA.
Affluent flee to second homes in COVID-19 pandemic: Will house prices and rents go up?
As dense, big cities such as New York, London and Paris are hit by swathes of COVID-19 cases, some affluent dwellers have fled to more spacious and greener pastures, hinting at a boom for the second-home market.