Emotions - “a brand’s ability to spark an emotional connection with consumers” - will be key to the luxury sector in 2018 while the widest possible interpretation of sustainability is also crucial, a new report claims.
Initial plans to open 20 Hudson’s Bay department stores in the Netherlands have been narrowed to 15. The retailer announced that it is currently focusing on stores that are in development and denies financial problems.
Social media analytics firm, NetBase, released its 2018 Luxury Brands Report this Wednesday, revealing that high-end fashion labels account for half of the top ten luxury brands active on social media.
Fossil Group shares soared 79 percent in early trading on Wednesday as short sellers rushed to cover their positions, a day after the watchmaker posted a better-than-expected increase in sales in the holiday quarter.
Marking the biggest sales dip in 11 months, US consumer spending cooled off in the first quarter, following the holiday season's strong showing. Year-over-year data, however, shows a healthy uptick of 5.4 percent.
Facing slowing global demand for diamond jewellery, international diamond companies are reshaping marketing campaigns to tap a growing pool of independent female spenders in China, the world's second largest economy.
Luxury rental service Armarium opened its first LA pop-up that links the sharing economy with the demands of awards season fashion. The pop-up also offers pieces from online fine jewelry rental company, Flont.