Correction: New York University’s Stern School of Business has not introduced a luxury marketing master’s program.
French couturier Chanel is schooling consumers on its design lexicon in the latest edition of its Inside Chanel series.
Italian jeweler Bulgari is reinforcing the timelessness of craftsmanship and design with a new B.zero1 collection.
France’s Christian Dior is setting out on a “quest for essences” in a Web documentary series exploring the relationship between the land, people and raw materials that contribute to its fragrances.
Consumer electronics maker Apple is furthering its high-fashion push through an exclusive content channel available only to Apple TV users.
NEW YORK – As marketers try to appeal to the next generation of consumers, they need more than data, according to a New York University professor at Luxury Interactive 2015 on Oct. 13.
Italian apparel and accessories label Salvatore Ferragamo is reestablishing its ties to Hollywood with a flagship reopening and its “100 Years, 100 Days” campaign.
Luxury conglomerate LVMH is giving consumers a look at the inner workings of its flagship fashion house’s head office through an interactive feature on its corporate Web site.
Italian fashion label Valentino is paying tribute to its creative directors’ lives and careers with a film celebrating their CFDA Award win.
Luxury houses such as Christian Dior and Chopard are rallying together to celebrate the 68th Cannes Film Festival through initiatives honoring their cinematic ties and the industry as a whole.