Swiss watchmaker Breitling is writing a new chapter in its support of aerodynamic accomplishments through a partnership with the maker of a flying hoverboard.
British automaker McLaren is reacting to owners’ desires to hold onto their vehicles by lengthening its Extended Warranty.
Barbie is getting another high-fashion moment courtesy of Italian fashion label Moschino.
Adding to the growing trend of short designer tenures, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne have stepped down from their co-creative director position at DKNY after less than two years.
Quality tops attributes such as craftsmanship and service as the number one defining attribute affluent consumers use to discern a good’s luxury status, according to new research by the Luxury Institute.
Loewe and Audemars Piguet are among the luxury brands showcasing their artistic sides during Miami Art Week.
German automaker BMW is at the start of what could be a dramatic shift in the television advertising industry by allowing users to interact through their remote controls.
While Black Friday has been traditionally one of the biggest, if not the biggest, shopping days for retailers, this year saw online retailers overshadow bricks-and-mortar stores in terms of revenue growth.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 1 – John Hardy transports New York shoppers to Bali with multi-sensory flagship design; China institutes additional 10pc tax on super luxury automobiles; Moët inspires women to reach potential via social nominations; St. Regis San Francisco sold to Qatari investment fund.
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