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With urbanization slated to make space a luxury, VR opportunities arise – Luxury Daily

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May 18, 2016

The InterContinental in Hangzhou, China

The InterContinental in Hangzhou, China

What is the color of luxury in the 21st century?
A short trawl through the logos and palettes of contemporary luxe brands could easily lead you to believe that the modern world is either black – denoting power, authority and an air of mystery – or white, signaling purity and fragility.
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Announcing Luxury Daily’s Mobile Insights Summit 2016 New York June 23
Register now for Luxury Daily’s Mobile Insights Summit 2016, the nation’s only data-led executive conference discussing how evolving mobile consumer behavior is affecting brands and retailers’ marketing, retail, media and digital efforts. Analyst speakers from Deloitte, Strategy Analytics, GfK, BIA/Kelsey, McCann Truth Central, Shullman Research Center and Boston Retail Partners.
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Retailers’ omnichannel investments exceed consumer expectations: A.T. Kearney
As retailers strive to fill out their omnichannel capabilities, they may be investing in more than consumers expect, want or need, according to a new report from A.T. Kearney.
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Comité Colbert protects French heritage, creativity in member-wide social effort
Members of France’s Comité Colbert are encouraging more than 200 million social media users to support heritage and creativity.
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Saks brand makes European debut through off-price business
Hudson’s Bay Company, the parent of department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue, is expanding internationally with planned store openings in the Netherlands.
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Marc Jacobs takes stand for Planned Parenthood with charitable apparel
U.S. fashion label Marc Jacobs is showing its support for women’s health with help from two female artists.
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With urbanization slated to make space a luxury, VR opportunities arise
Virtual reality and brand immersion are the centerpieces of luxury travel’s future.
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Economy, digital growth led to overvalued commercial real estate
Commercial real estate values have already peaked in New York, according to the majority of professionals surveyed for Marks Paneth’s Gotham Commercial Real Estate Monitor.
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Aman private jet offers private group travel with Asian expedition
Ultra-luxury travel agency Remote Lands and hotelier Aman are giving their clients a tour of Asia in their latest private jet expedition.
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Mobile is most popular method for researching products: report
Mobile is now more popular than in-store browsing or window shopping as a method for researching products before making a purchase, with 52.8 percent of consumers doing so on a mobile browser and 19.6 percent in an application, according to a new survey from SessionM.
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Four Seasons, Vertu, Rolls-Royce and British Fashion Council – Live news
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 17 – Four Seasons to neighbor iconic Woolworth Building in New York; Vertu to use data metrics to ensure level of quality; Rolls-Royce bids Phantom Coupe farewell via bespoke collection; British Fashion Council bets on emerging talent in educational outreach.
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Gold, innovation, Burberry and Middle East luxury sales – News briefs
Today in luxury marketing – China flexes its gold muscle; Sustainability is out, responsible innovation is in; Burberry could use refresher in old-school retail; Middle East luxury sales fading as oil falls and tourism slows.
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Flipboard and Pinterest drive interest-driven content and customized newsfeeds. Is it enough?
Unlike Twitter and Facebook, Pinterest and Flipboard at their core are focused on individual user interests – not on who they know.
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