Global uncertainty on too many fronts is keeping the luxury market in standby mode at the moment, according to a new report and analysis from Bain/Altagamma.
Luxury brands need to prioritise how influencers contribute to the balance of honouring brand heritage and driving their bottom line, says Glenn Ebert, senior strategist at SapientNitro.
A full round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news over the past week, including the resistance for luxury on Amazon.
Balenciaga and Fendi topped the performance ranking in ContactLab/Exane BNP Paribas’ latest report, which rated the purchase experience on 31 brand websites and five multi brand e-tailers.
The “Data Center Chanel” theme saw a supercomputer act as the backdrop to Chanel’s SS17 show, in doing so arguably nodding to its future e-commerce moves.
A full round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news over the past week, including Mr Porter on Apple TV and Chalayan’s wearables.
A full round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news over the past week, including the see-now, buy-now collections at NYFW and beyond.
Influencer marketing can be both cost effective and generally effective, reaching where other marketing channels can’t and at lower cost.
Social media is making human contradictions more evident than ever before, even in life’s happiest moments, according to a new report from The Outnet.
A round-up of everything you might have missed in fashion and technology news over the past fortnight, from the impact of Pokémon Go to a project that turns Alexander McQueen’s DNA into leather goods.
The most interesting news in Burberry’s recent sales results isn’t the negative sales figures, but the fact digital growth is being driven by mobile, which now accounts for 60% of traffic to its site.
A new Zenith Luxury Advertising Expenditure report shows that digital adspend will continue to rise during this year and next while luxury brands will cut back on their print spending.
After a week refreshing the mind and the soul at Futuro in Ibiza, we’re back with a round-up of everything you might have missed in fashion and technology news (and beyond) over the past fortnight.
Burberry’s profit drop came with plenty of focus on the future, ranging from a simplified product offer, to a greater focus on accessories and moves to increase its clear lead in digital.
Zach Duane, CEO of Victoria Beckham sat down at Decoded Fashion in London yesterday to share insights on how he believes the brand has managed to gain credibility in the tough celebrity designer space and more.
Despite the fact email is one of the most cost effective forms of digital marketing, and a proven route to drive traffic, only 30% of luxury brands are using it to its full potential.
In the fiercely competitive retail fashion world, the winners will be those who really understand their customers and can tailor messages to reach them in the moments that matter.
With the autumn/winter 2016 fashion week season now behind us, it’s time to run the numbers, crunch the stats and crown the social media winners and losers of the month.
Whether you weren’t able to make it to Austin, or indeed were on the ground but overwhelmed by the madness, here’s a round-up of everything that went on by way of the top stories to read.
Your round-up of the latest stories to know about related to fashion and technology – also including Dolce & Gabbana’s naming slip-up and Topman’s video newsroom.
Your round-up of the latest stories related to fashion and technology… Why you’ll soon be seeing Diesel ads on Grindr, Tinder and Pornhub [i-D] Chanel may have just won a battle for the Chanel Instagram account [The Fashion Law] Why […]
All those luxury brands that have been spending millions on Chinese stores but have been lagging their peers in online development, need to sit up and take notice of a new report from KPMG about just how online-focused Chinese shoppers […]
Last year’s list of the 100 most innovative companies, according to Forbes, saw French luxury brand Hermès sitting at number 13. Though it dropped to 22 in 2015, it can still be credited as a leader in creating desire coupled […]
The robots are coming… no don’t panic (not yet anyway). But a new report does show consumer robotics growing from 33 million shipments and $3.5bn today (who knew?) to 165 million shipments and $17bn in revenue in 10 years’ time. […]
This report may be telling us something we think we know already, but it should also make scary reading for many people working in luxury goods. The fact is, too many high-end designer brands could do one helluva lot more […]
Another day, another tech initiative from Burberry. The company has linked up with DreamWorks Animation for a product campaign making use of 3D tech and the world-famous Piccadilly Circus, London, curved screen. Passers-by will be able to design a personalised […]
You know times are tough when high-end brands rein-in their store opening plans and start talking up their web strategies instead. The latest to do so? Hugo Boss. Because the Chinese and US markets will remain challenging next year, the […]
Fashion and luxury goods companies are hiring chief digital officers in a bid to integrate digital thinking into core business strategy. “A revolution needs leaders,” says Luca Solca, managing director of luxury goods at Exane BNP Paribas, on the digital […]
Independent or boutique designers may never show on the catwalk, but they should still be classified as designer fashion, argues Rebecca Glenapp of Lux Fix. Arguably for all but those with the highest disposable incomes, top luxury designers are becoming […]