Luxury Consumer Stories

  • Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

    Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

  • Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

    Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

  • Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

    Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

  • China still has a thirst for luxury wine

    China still has a thirst for luxury wine

  • How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

    How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

  • PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

    PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

  • New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

    New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

  • Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

    Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

  • Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

    Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

  • Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

    Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

  • Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

    Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

  • Apple or China – where does the problem lie?

    Apple or China – where does the problem lie?

  • CTS Eventim’s software gets first non-ticketing use

    CTS Eventim’s software gets first non-ticketing use

  • As Brexit looms, Mr. Bond’s favourite carmaker puts contingency plans in motion

    As Brexit looms, Mr. Bond’s favourite carmaker puts contingency plans in motion

  • Moncler uses star power to sell out of even the least likely products

    Moncler uses star power to sell out of even the least likely products

  • It’s official: Anta Sports is buying Amer Sports

    It’s official: Anta Sports is buying Amer Sports

  • Richemont partners with Alibaba to fight counterfeiting

    Richemont partners with Alibaba to fight counterfeiting

  • Live Nation prepares for Woodstock 50 in partnership with Bethel Woods

    Live Nation prepares for Woodstock 50 in partnership with Bethel Woods

  • Estee Lauder looks to Chinese travellers with largest ever travel retail store NY opening

    Estee Lauder looks to Chinese travellers with largest ever travel retail store NY opening

  • Take-Two Interactive raises possibility of a business beyond gaming

    Take-Two Interactive raises possibility of a business beyond gaming

  • H&M reports fastest quarterly sales growth in three years

    H&M reports fastest quarterly sales growth in three years

  • LVMH makes $2.6 billion bet that luxury shoppers will carry on travelling

    LVMH makes $2.6 billion bet that luxury shoppers will carry on travelling

  • Blizzard looks to mobile for next iterations of multibillion-dollar franchises

    Blizzard looks to mobile for next iterations of multibillion-dollar franchises

  • Pet foods are going out of business as trend towards Millennial “fur babies” continues

    Pet foods are going out of business as trend towards Millennial “fur babies” continues

  • Zara: currency swings and warm weather dent profit, but business model looks strong in third quarter

    Zara: currency swings and warm weather dent profit, but business model looks strong in third quarter

  • Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

    Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

  • Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

    Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

  • Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

    Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

  • Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

    Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

  • The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

    The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

  • Fortune smiles on Macau this November

    Fortune smiles on Macau this November

  • PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

    PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

  • Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

    Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday: digital sales of games rising, Take-Two and Activision Blizzard are winners over weekend

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday: digital sales of games rising, Take-Two and Activision Blizzard are winners over weekend

  • Kering decides to go it alone in ecommerce, drops Yoox Net-a-Porter deal

    Kering decides to go it alone in ecommerce, drops Yoox Net-a-Porter deal

  • Has Spotify scored India!? If so, the payoff could be significant

    Has Spotify scored India!? If so, the payoff could be significant

  • Remy Cointreau beats the Street thanks to focus on high-end spirits

    Remy Cointreau beats the Street thanks to focus on high-end spirits

  • Luxottica founder has suggestion for EssilorLuxottica top job

    Luxottica founder has suggestion for EssilorLuxottica top job

  • Spotify: Mexico City is ‘streaming music capital’ of the world!

    Spotify: Mexico City is ‘streaming music capital’ of the world!

  • Galaxy Entertainment furthers Japan ambitions

    Galaxy Entertainment furthers Japan ambitions

  • Starbucks knows how to woo Chinese consumers this holiday season… with cheese?

    Starbucks knows how to woo Chinese consumers this holiday season… with cheese?

  • Treasury Wine Estates named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018

    Treasury Wine Estates named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018

  • Is the luxury world ready for connected cognac?

    Is the luxury world ready for connected cognac?

  • It’s going to be a big holiday season – for American pets!

    It’s going to be a big holiday season – for American pets!

  • CTS Eventim sees “significant growth” in first nine months of 2018

    CTS Eventim sees “significant growth” in first nine months of 2018

  • Constellation Brands: Corona Premium could be next big beer

    Constellation Brands: Corona Premium could be next big beer

  • Starbucks plays the “long game” in China

    Starbucks plays the “long game” in China

  • PayPal takes a stand against extremists – on both sides of the political divide

    PayPal takes a stand against extremists – on both sides of the political divide

  • Samsonite sees profit jump by 33% in third quarter of 2018

    Samsonite sees profit jump by 33% in third quarter of 2018

  • Chinese consumers increasingly search for retail “experiences”

    Chinese consumers increasingly search for retail “experiences”

Latest Luxury Stories

  • Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

    Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

    Luxury, Monday, 21 January 2019

    Few names in the luxury sector command the kind of respect Hermes does. The French company is famous for its high-end Birkin handbags, which come with a years-long waiting line and frequently sell at auction for hundreds of thousands of dollars. However, if the ...
  • Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

    Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

    Luxury, Friday, 18 January 2019

    Royal Caribbean is known as one of the world’s major cruise providers – but now the company has branched out into another type of holiday experience, with the debut of five private islands! The ‘Perfect Day’ private islands will open over the ...
  • Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

    Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

    Luxury, Friday, 18 January 2019

    Gender equality is a major talking point in industry, as a number of factors over the last few years have highlighted the fact that there’s still a glass ceiling. Some of those factors include the (increasingly public) disparity between what male celebrities ...
  • China still has a thirst for luxury wine

    China still has a thirst for luxury wine

    Luxury, Thursday, 17 January 2019

    China might be experiencing a softening of demand (at least, that’s the rumour) but one product that still goes over very well in the country is premium wines. It’s not just China that likes a classy wine – globally, drinkers have been gravitating ...
  • How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

    How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

    Luxury, Thursday, 17 January 2019

    Take-Two Interactive Software, the market-leading publisher behind a host of popular video game franchises like Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption, is reportedly paying up to $1.1 billion in licensing fees to the NBA and the NBPA. The payments, due over the ...
  • PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

    PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

    Luxury, Wednesday, 16 January 2019

    Sustainability is one of the major watchwords in fashion right now, as trend setters around the globe look for ways to make their wares more ecologically friendly. Of course, there’s a moral dimension to this – protecting the planet for those that will ...
  • New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

    New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

    Luxury, Tuesday, 15 January 2019

    Global investment giant KKR released a report last week that clearly pinpoints one group as poised to “reshape the global consumer market”. That group, as long-time readers of this newsfeed may already suspect, is one we talk about a lot: Asian ...
  • Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

    Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

    Luxury, Tuesday, 15 January 2019

    Rob Sands, the outgoing CEO of Constellation Brands, the US alcoholic beverage giant behind brands like Corona beer, thinks the market is failing to see the strength behind his company. After a lacklustre year so far, Sands thinks that a “total ...
  • Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

    Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

    Luxury, Monday, 14 January 2019

    According to luxury conglomerate Richemont (owner of Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and other high-class brands) “yellow vest” protests in France weighed on luxury sales at the end of 2018. The world’s second-largest luxury group reported ...
  • Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

    Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

    Luxury, Monday, 14 January 2019

    In the fast-moving fashion world, brands have to evolve to stay current. With that in mind, Fashion giant PVH Corp’s iconic Calvin Klein (CK) has announced a number of big changes in recent days that look set to reinvigorate its position in the market. First, ...
  • Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

    Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

    Luxury, Friday, 11 January 2019

    Streaming music market leader Spotify is experimenting with a new way to put brands in front of listeners. The company curates a ‘Discover Weekly’ playlist for each user – it’s a popular feature that helps to put Spotify out ahead of its ...
  • Apple or China – where does the problem lie?

    Apple or China – where does the problem lie?

    Luxury, Thursday, 10 January 2019

    By now, Apple’s difficulties in China are well-known. And many investors are extrapolating a question from them: does Apple’s failure to shift iPhones finally prove what we’ve been worrying about months – is Chinese demand for luxury about to ...
  • CTS Eventim’s software gets first non-ticketing use

    CTS Eventim’s software gets first non-ticketing use

    Luxury, Thursday, 10 January 2019

    CTS Eventim is best known as a ticketing and live entertainment company – but now, news has broken that it will be trying its hand at something rather different. According to IQ Magazine, a trade journal for the live music industry, Eventim is 50% owner of a ...
  • As Brexit looms, Mr. Bond’s favourite carmaker puts contingency plans in motion

    As Brexit looms, Mr. Bond’s favourite carmaker puts contingency plans in motion

    Luxury, Wednesday, 09 January 2019

    Would James Bond support Brexit? Who knows. What we do know, however, is how the fictional superspy’s favourite carmaker feels about it: decidedly unsettled. Iconic luxury auto brand Aston Martin announced on Monday that it was triggering Brexit contingency ...
  • Moncler uses star power to sell out of even the least likely products

    Moncler uses star power to sell out of even the least likely products

    Luxury, Tuesday, 08 January 2019

    In the fashion world, there are statement items best suited for catwalks, fashion premiers, and high-net worth bucket lists – and then there are products that sell. Of course, the two share an ecosystem… some of the looks that non-fashionistas might ...
  • It’s official: Anta Sports is buying Amer Sports

    It’s official: Anta Sports is buying Amer Sports

    Luxury, Tuesday, 08 January 2019

    After months of speculation, news has finally broken that a Chinese investor group led by Anta Sports Products has reached a $5.2 billion deal to purchase Amer Sports, the Finnish owner of brands like Wilson and Salomon. For at least a month, this has looked like ...
  • Richemont partners with Alibaba to fight counterfeiting

    Richemont partners with Alibaba to fight counterfeiting

    Luxury, Monday, 07 January 2019

    Luxury titan Richemont has joined Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba’s Anti-Counterfeiting Alliance (AACA). It’s the latest company to partner with Alibaba over intellectual property rights, and follows on from an agreement to work together online in ...
  • Live Nation prepares for Woodstock 50 in partnership with Bethel Woods

    Live Nation prepares for Woodstock 50 in partnership with Bethel Woods

    Luxury, Thursday, 03 January 2019

    Analysts might wonder what the stand-out events of 2019 will be. Music fans already know about at least one: the 50th celebration of the original Woodstock festival. Few festivals have captured the public attention more than Woodstock, and this year’s ...
  • Estee Lauder looks to Chinese travellers with largest ever travel retail store NY opening

    Estee Lauder looks to Chinese travellers with largest ever travel retail store NY opening

    Luxury, Wednesday, 02 January 2019

    Global cosmetics giant Estee Lauder has opened its renovated flagship at China Duty Free Group’s Haitang Bay International Shopping Complex. The store – which is Estee’s largest travel retail location – boasts a 1,510 square foot presence ...
  • Take-Two Interactive raises possibility of a business beyond gaming

    Take-Two Interactive raises possibility of a business beyond gaming

    Luxury, Thursday, 20 December 2018

    Take-Two Interactive is one of the world’s best-known gaming companies. Its Rockstar division is responsible for multiple smash hit franchises, including Grand Theft Auto, the fifth instalment of which became the best-selling entertainment product ever, in any ...
  • H&M reports fastest quarterly sales growth in three years

    H&M reports fastest quarterly sales growth in three years

    Luxury, Wednesday, 19 December 2018

    Swedish fast fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M) reported quarterly earnings this week, and while the figures were good, analysts’ uncertainty led the share price down. The company saw its fastest quarterly sales growth in three years, but many ...
  • LVMH makes $2.6 billion bet that luxury shoppers will carry on travelling

    LVMH makes $2.6 billion bet that luxury shoppers will carry on travelling

    Luxury, Tuesday, 18 December 2018

    Luxury giant LVMH has agreed to acquire fast-growing hotelier Belmond. The group, which owns brands such as Christian Dior and Louis Vuitton, is making a multi-billion dollar bet that wealthy consumers will continue their love affair with luxury travel. Belmond is ...
  • Blizzard looks to mobile for next iterations of multibillion-dollar franchises

    Blizzard looks to mobile for next iterations of multibillion-dollar franchises

    Luxury, Tuesday, 18 December 2018

    Blizzard – one half of world-leading video game company Activision Blizzard – is looking to cash in on some of its most popular franchises with a move to mobile. In a lengthy article published at the end of November, gaming new site Kotaku reported that ...
  • Pet foods are going out of business as trend towards Millennial “fur babies” continues

    Pet foods are going out of business as trend towards Millennial “fur babies” continues

    Luxury, Monday, 17 December 2018

    In yet more proof that the way Millennials are treating their pets is vastly different to previous generations, popular pet food brands like Mars’s Pedigree and Nestle’s Purina are running into trouble. The cause of that trouble? Many younger adults just ...
  • Zara: currency swings and warm weather dent profit, but business model looks strong in third quarter

    Zara: currency swings and warm weather dent profit, but business model looks strong in third quarter

    Luxury, Friday, 14 December 2018

    Inditex, a fast fashion giant that counts popular brand Zara amongst its many labels, reported third quarter earnings this week, joining a cluster of companies that said an unseasonably warm September disrupted their sales. Taken together with wild currency swings, ...
  • Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

    Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

    Luxury, Tuesday, 11 December 2018

    Fast-growing Chinese giant Anta Sports is closing in on acquisition target, Finnish sportswear Amer Sports. The acquisition – which will in fact be made by a consortium that is led by Anta – looks closer and closer to fruition. And if it comes off, it ...
  • Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

    Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

    Luxury, Tuesday, 11 December 2018

    Five years ago, Marriott promised to ditch the crueller factory-farmed eggs that most hotel chains serve up. When they missed targets on that front three years ago, no one seemed to notice. At the beginning of this month, that changed, and protestors were lined up ...
  • Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

    Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

    Luxury, Monday, 10 December 2018

    Video game market leader Activision Blizzard has signed a multi-year global licensing deal with online sports retailer Fanatics. The companies announced last Monday that Fanatics would be the “exclusive home” for Overwatch League merchandise. This ...
  • Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

    Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

    Luxury, Friday, 07 December 2018

    Sporting footwear giant Adidas is rethinking its marketing in an effort to engage with consumers and stay ahead of rivals like even-bigger competitor Nike. The company is using something it calls “dark social” to build a community around its football ...
  • The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

    The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

    Luxury, Friday, 07 December 2018

    Samsonite is debuting an assortment of luggage made from sustainable materials across five of its collections, as well as two new product ranges. The travel-case giant said the new bags were the work of its innovation team in Europe, and are made from ...
  • Fortune smiles on Macau this November

    Fortune smiles on Macau this November

    Luxury, Wednesday, 05 December 2018

    It’s good news for gaming mecca Macau, as recent figures show (much) better than expected revenue in November. Casino shares soared on the good news, and analysts rushed to comment on the news. These results, furthermore, are shored up by better macroeconomic ...
  • PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

    PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

    Luxury, Tuesday, 04 December 2018

    Fashion giant PVH Corp, the company behind brands like Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein, reported a mixed bag of earnings at the end of last week, and committed issued fourth-quarter guidance in-line with analysts’ estimates. It also highlighted the cause of ...
  • Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

    Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

    Luxury, Monday, 03 December 2018

    Bill Newlands is a long-time alcohol executive. And from March next year, he will move into the top job at Constellation Brands, the drinks seller behind brands like Corona, Modelo, and more. Newlands recently spoke to reporters from the Chicago Tribune, where he ...
  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday: digital sales of games rising, Take-Two and Activision Blizzard are winners over weekend

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday: digital sales of games rising, Take-Two and Activision Blizzard are winners over weekend

    Luxury, Friday, 30 November 2018

    We’ve already reported that this year’s holiday weekend, comprising of Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the days in-between, was a roaring success. Now, we want to take a quick look at what it means for the video game industry. Here’s ...
  • Kering decides to go it alone in ecommerce, drops Yoox Net-a-Porter deal

    Kering decides to go it alone in ecommerce, drops Yoox Net-a-Porter deal

    Luxury, Friday, 30 November 2018

    Luxury giant Kering has announced that it is ending its “highly successful and fruitful” seven-year partnership with Yoox Net-a-Porter (YNAP). Instead, the company will develop its own ecommerce platforms, where it will hawk its high-class brands, ...
  • Has Spotify scored India!? If so, the payoff could be significant

    Has Spotify scored India!? If so, the payoff could be significant

    Luxury, Thursday, 29 November 2018

    Spotify, the global market leader when it comes to paid streaming music subscriptions, may have pulled off an astounding win. Anonymous sources that claim to have knowledge of the deal say that the company has secured deals with “many of the major rights ...
  • Remy Cointreau beats the Street thanks to focus on high-end spirits

    Remy Cointreau beats the Street thanks to focus on high-end spirits

    Luxury, Tuesday, 27 November 2018

    Iconic cognac maker Remy Cointreau reported first half financial results at the end of last week, demonstrating a strong underlying business that’s benefiting from continued Chinese demand. The company had previously announced strong sales for the six-month ...
  • Luxottica founder has suggestion for EssilorLuxottica top job

    Luxottica founder has suggestion for EssilorLuxottica top job

    Luxury, Tuesday, 27 November 2018

    On 1 October this year, history was made in the eyewear world, when two industry giants merged: Essilor, the French company with an unmatched expertise in lenses, and Luxottica, the Italian frame-maker behind the majority of the world’s designer glasses and ...
  • Spotify: Mexico City is ‘streaming music capital’ of the world!

    Spotify: Mexico City is ‘streaming music capital’ of the world!

    Luxury, Monday, 26 November 2018

    When we think about the ‘great’ cities – capitals for finance, fashion, and more – we tend to think of London, New York, Paris, and others. But according to Spotify, when it comes to music, Mexico City is the undisputed world capital. ...
  • Galaxy Entertainment furthers Japan ambitions

    Galaxy Entertainment furthers Japan ambitions

    Luxury, Friday, 23 November 2018

    As Japan plan to give out a limited number of licenses to select players in the gaming industry, Galaxy Entertainment is stepping up its research efforts in the country. There’s good reason for that. Japan is a potentially-lucrative market that has been ...
  • Starbucks knows how to woo Chinese consumers this holiday season… with cheese?

    Starbucks knows how to woo Chinese consumers this holiday season… with cheese?

    Luxury, Thursday, 22 November 2018

    In the coffee world, market-leader Starbucks owns the holiday season. That’s more important than you might think – it’s a central part of the company’s branding, and the often-lavish drinks it introduces to celebrate the season generate ...
  • Treasury Wine Estates named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018

    Treasury Wine Estates named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018

    Luxury, Thursday, 22 November 2018

    Australian wine company Treasury Wine Estates has been named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018. The Drinks Business is widely regarded as the leading international publication for the global beer, wine, and spirits industries. ...
  • Is the luxury world ready for connected cognac?

    Is the luxury world ready for connected cognac?

    Luxury, Wednesday, 21 November 2018

    Luxury spirits company Remy Cointreau has announced that it’s taking cognac into the digital landscape, by adding connected tech to the cork stopper of decanters produced by its high-end Louis XIII luxury cognac brand. Anyone who purchases the pricey tipple ...
  • It’s going to be a big holiday season – for American pets!

    It’s going to be a big holiday season – for American pets!

    Luxury, Tuesday, 20 November 2018

    With holiday season just around the corner, it’s time to start spending on those we love. And this year, one group is on-track to receive an out-sized shower of presents: American pets. Why? It all comes down to their millennial owners. IDEXX ...
  • CTS Eventim sees “significant growth” in first nine months of 2018

    CTS Eventim sees “significant growth” in first nine months of 2018

    Luxury, Monday, 19 November 2018

    European live entertainment company CTS Eventim reported earnings for the first nine months of the year last week, demonstrating powerful top- and bottom-line growth. The company said that its impressive growth was the result of strength in both its ticketing and ...
  • Constellation Brands: Corona Premium could be next big beer

    Constellation Brands: Corona Premium could be next big beer

    Luxury, Monday, 19 November 2018

    According to Constellation Brands, the company behind Corona and a number of other alcoholic beverages, Corona Premium could be its next runaway success. On a call with Morgan Stanley last week, the company’s chief marketing officer said that Corona Premium ...
  • Starbucks plays the “long game” in China

    Starbucks plays the “long game” in China

    Luxury, Friday, 16 November 2018

    Coffeehouse kingpin Starbucks is right on the cutting edge of the trade war between China and the US. A massive American business that considers China its second market, the company hasn’t been hit by tariffs yet – but CEO Kevin Johnson says that he ...
  • PayPal takes a stand against extremists – on both sides of the political divide

    PayPal takes a stand against extremists – on both sides of the political divide

    Luxury, Friday, 16 November 2018

    Online payments giant PayPal has recently announced that it will be ‘de-platforming’ a number of extreme political groups, closing their accounts. This move by PayPal is not unique – platforms from Twitter to Google have been restricting access to ...
  • Samsonite sees profit jump by 33% in third quarter of 2018

    Samsonite sees profit jump by 33% in third quarter of 2018

    Luxury, Friday, 16 November 2018

    Luxury luggage market leader Samsonite reported earnings for the third quarter of 2018 this week, demonstrating an increasingly profitable business that is holding up well despite the current trade disputes between China and the US. That said, “holding up ...
  • Chinese consumers increasingly search for retail “experiences”

    Chinese consumers increasingly search for retail “experiences”

    Luxury, Thursday, 15 November 2018

    It’s well-known that shoppers in the west are searching for “experiential” retail experiences. That’s truer of the luxury sector than, perhaps, anywhere else, given its higher pricing points and long association with values like opulence and ...