French couture house Christian Dior is wielding tools that resonate well with modern audiences on Instagram, leading up to its spring/summer 2017 collection reveal.
NEW YORK – Since the launch of Ipsos’ Affluent Survey in 1977 the way media is consumed has drastically changed, going from analog to digital, but the wealthiest individuals’ behavior and sentiment has stayed relatively unchanged.
Louis XIII de Rémy Martin is creating a space for consumers to explore its history and experience its cognac with the opening of its first boutique.
Breguet, Rolls-Royce and Ralph Lauren were among the first advertisers to celebrate life at its very best as lifestyle publication Robb Report commences its 40th anniversary in its October issue.
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Swiss watchmaker Rolex is looking back on the highlights of professional golfer Arnold Palmer’s career.
British automaker Aston Martin is making its entry into the water with the unveiling of its first powerboat at the Monaco Yacht Show.
U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. was the subject of a viral Facebook post that alleged the company’s heart designs stemmed from slave collars.