British department store Fortnum & Mason is sharing its 300-year-old-enthusiasm for tea with a new subscription service.
U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. has announced the appointment of three new independent directors to its board of directors, increasing the headcount from 10 to 13 members.
The Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry saw exports continue to decline to start the new year.
Wealthy individuals’ patronage of the arts has led luxury houses to support artists, writers, musicians and filmmakers through branded platforms as a method to further connect with the sentiment of their core consumers.
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Department store chain Nordstrom is launching a dedicated retail space for emerging design, giving young labels exposure in a scalable format.
Online discovery and sourcing platform Sundar is working to connect creative professionals with quality materials and qualified vendors in an increasingly fast-paced apparel and accessories industry where consumers demand near-immediate gratification.
Luxury concierge service provider Quintessentially Lifestyle is setting sail on its own floating members’ club, the Quintessentially One super yacht.
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