Harrods has proven that deep-rooted tradition and continued innovation are key to win the retail race, with the famous 170-year old landmark beating others as the world’s best-performing luxury department store.
Harrods is back with its groundbreaking luxury charity pop-up store following last year’s debut opening. For 2019, it’s running a one-month-only pop-up shop featuring an edit of major labels in the heart of Marylebone.
Britain's luxury sector, including names such as fashion house Burberry, could lose up to £6.8 billion in exports a year if the world's fifth largest economy crashes out of the EU without a deal, research indicated.
Harrods has entered the world of podcasts with a debut that looks at the meaning of luxury as it uses all the editorial formats it can to boost its marketing and to be seen as the go-to destination for luxury shoppers.