on 10th November 2010 |
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China’s ever increasing economic clout has again been reflected in a survey on consumer tastes in
which has shown the nation not only knows what goods it wants, it most certainly now has the means by which to buy them. luxury goods
A report released this week by Bain & Company has claimed
is now the fastest-growing consumer of leather goods and jewelry worldwide. China
Its overall luxury market has grown 23 per cent this year, meaning it’s on target to reap some 84.3 billion yuan (9.2 billion euro).
But what the world really wants to know is what are the Chinese after. According to this report, Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Gucci are the most lusted-for brands.
In addition to
, Gucci will also be rolling out 3D eyeglasses to target the high-end consumer electronics shopper. Oakley
Gucci’s version bears its familiar green and red web stripe detail at the temples and center brow bar, and a “Gucci 3D” logo on the right lens.
The glasses contain a high tech multi-layered mirrored coating which allows the wearer to view themselves in a mirror without distortion. Gucci 3-D
on 22nd October 2010 |
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Jennifer Lopez, along with darling twins Max and Emme, are the faces of
Gucci’s new children’s collection, available in stores this November.
The images were taken by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott in Malibu, California, three months ago according to WWD.
Talking about the ad, Lopez said, “It’s the first time I have worked with my kids in this way. It was totally a special experience.”
children’s collection, including clothing, accessories and shoes, is available for tots ranging in age from infant to 8 years.
on 16th October 2010 |
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New York-based Luxury Lab has released its second annual Digital IQ Index of Luxury Brands.
The study quantifies the digital competence of 72 global luxury brands by accessing brand websites, digital marketing strategies, social media initiatives and mobile applications.
that ranked at the top of this year’s Index were Coach, Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Hugo Boss and Burberry respectively. Luxury Brands
on 28th September 2010 |
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For Fall Winter 2011,
draws upon Gucci’s golden eras of the 70s and 90s to propose a new sense of sleek glamour. Frida Giannini
In this new aesthetic discourse, contemporary minimalism and extreme luxury intersect to create a powerful statement that is at once rich and refined.
Exploring her own vocabulary, Giannini offers an evolution of her signatures and a new take on timeless symbols of chic.
on 9th September 2010 |
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Italian design house Gucci said it will introduce made-to-order
next year, with prices starting from 590,000 euros ($750,000). speedboats
The vessels will be produced in partnership with
to help mark Gucci’s 90th anniversary in 2011. yacht-builder Riva
This unique collaboration between two of Italy’s most renowned design houses celebrates the era of La Dolce Vita, when a joie de vivre, glamour and elegance defined an attitude and a lifestyle.