Antoine Arnault, CEO of LVMH-owned Berluti, attended The New York Times Luxury Conference in Brussels, Belgium. Photo: Courtesy Susan Owens, November 21, 2017 Bernard Arnault, the billionaire head of the French luxury goods group LVMH once remarked, “What we create is emblematic. It’s linked to Versailles, to Marie Antoinette.” His
SINGAPORE: The new iPhone X will be available in Singapore on Nov 3, with pre-orders starting from Oct 27. Chances are, you’ll know at least a few Singaporeans who plan to renew their contract with their telco during this period, in order to purchase this snazzy smartphone for a lower price.
BY MAVIS TEO email@example.com PUBLISHED: 4:00 AM, AUGUST 10, 2017 SINGAPORE — One of the largest luxury travel agencies in the world has set up shop here to meet a growing demand in Asia — and according to its founder and president, the Singapore office will double in size within the
“Experience” is the buzzword for many luxury marketers today. Major luxury brands, as well as financial brands targeting affluent and High Net Worth consumers are finding new ways to create experiences consumers can encounter that are beyond the product they are trying to market. Marc Jacobs, for example, teamed
Image Source: Enterpriseinnovation.net The priorities of affluent Asian millennials could be changing in 2017. According to the ‘Affluent Insights Luxury Study 2017’, wealthy, luxury-purchasing Asians –under the age of 35 and hailing from China, Hong Kong, and Singapore — are set to value different intangible luxuries such as family time,
Thanks to their Affluent Insights Luxury Study 2017, the Agility Research & Strategy team have uncovered the top 3 priorities for affluent millennials. Ali Mirza reveals the results and what it all means for luxury brands. To the layperson, the three words “Affluent Asian Millennials” may conjure images of overworked