NEW YORK – Louis Vuitton and Hermès dominated the top 10 most-valuable luxury brands in 2016, a difficult feat during a disappointing year for others, according to the global head of BrandZ.
Dior, Chanel, Gucci, Rolex, Dunhill, Armani, Vuitton – prestigious names that we all recognize in an instant, the time it takes to say “Ritz.” Daslu, Concern Kalina, Ganjam, Shang Xia – these might take a little longer, cause a frown to appear as you search in the back of your mind, or even raise an eyebrow or two. Do you know them?
Italian apparel and accessories brand Giorgio Armani is weaving together art, sport and fashion in a new short film that shows its basketball-themed museum exhibit come to life.
Multicultural millennials may have a wider range of options to bring their business to, but 95 percent of the demographic claims to be loyal to the brands they have an affinity for, according to Buzz Marketing Group.
Social media is now the main avenue luxury fashion brands are using to communicate with consumers for customer service, with 58 percent leveraging Facebook Messenger, according to a recent report from L2.
Performance used to be synonymous with BMW, convenience was a personal shopper at Bergdorf Goodman, and on-demand meant Jeeves bringing up a bottle from the cellar.
NEW YORK – An Almighty executive at the MMA SM2 Innovation Summit 2016 elucidated that mobile needs to be thought of as the first device and not a separate media channel.
Italian footwear and apparel brand Salvatore Ferragamo hopes to reach the social audience by offering men’s fashion advice through videos.
Rolex was the top luxury watch brand discussed on social media by sharing posts and content in relation to local sporting events, according to EntSight.
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