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.
Jeweler John Hardy has opened its first U.S. flagship store in New York’s SoHo neighborhood, taking another step in its transformation into a more omnichannel business.
Online watch publication Hodinkee is bringing its editorial perspective to Harrods’ Fine Watch Room via a pop-up shop.
Online flash retailer Gilt is venturing out to sea with a series of pop-up shops aboard Celebrity Cruises ships.
The gap between high-achieving digital fashion labels and those who trail behind is growing, as brands with larger budgets to invest in innovation are speeding ahead of the pack.
Chinese department store chain Lane Crawford is giving consumers a platform to prove all holiday traditions are worthy of a story.
Consumer-centricity and one-to-one relationship building are now core concepts of modern marketing, so getting to know the consumer is vital for retail brands. But we all know this can be challenging in an offline environment.
French fashion house Hermès is welcoming consumers in New York to the Petit h Holiday Factory, a series of pop-up stores and craft workshops.
French-Italian label Moncler is putting its outerwear in front of consumers who pass through the Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar with a temporary shop.
Online consignment marketplace The RealReal is bringing its luxury wares offline with a holiday pop-up shop in New York’s SoHo neighborhood.