As some top luxury players (e.g., Louis Vuitton) continue to invest in opening physical locations and branching out into new luxury segments, others (e.g., Hermès) have made retaining their uniqueness and rarity a key strategy.
For nearly a century now, Art Deco has been the inspiration for many areas of design, including architecture, interior design, fashion and film, so it should come as no surprise that this glamorous and modern art form has finally infiltrated the world of
E-commerce is driving sales of luxury items even during a weak economy, a study released by PM Digital, a New York-based digital marketing agency, says.
Though demand for fine wine, whisky, vodka and even craft beer continues to climb among China’s expanding middle class, cognac remains the preferred tipple for many of the country’s wealthier, typically older and male, drinkers.
Coutts is today unveiling its urban kitchen garden, consisting of over 9,000 organic plants including vegetables, fruit, herbs and edible flowers growing on the roof terrace of its headquarters in central London.
“They are the strongest growing luxury brand, and they just launched the A3, which is close to being their best-selling car in a peak year.”