Luxury Brands Still Strong in China

A survey just released in China has lifted the lid on the nation’s obsession with luxury brands and identified just where consumers are spending their money. The 2009 21st Century Deluxe Report ( — in Chinese only) says that China’s love affair with luxury shows no signs of abating. According to one Professor Lu Xiao … Continued

Inside Lux TV launches as first HD luxury TV

Inside Lux TV launched today as the world’s first high definition TV and video portal aimed toward the luxury market. The HD video gallery is composeed of six major themes that include fashion, gadgets and travel. The luxury living channel has a sizeable selection of lifestyle films produced by brands that include Lamborghini, Dom Perignon … Continued

New Luxury Interactive Survey

New survey results show 66% of Luxury Interactive conference attendees have an e-commerce website in place. Which is 33% percent higher than the industry average according to Forrester Research. The survey mainly explored how luxury brands plan to take their integrated on- and offline marketing strategies several steps further.

Shanghai’s First Luxury Brand Event

LuxuryMart09, an annual luxury business-to-business event will be held in Shanghai next Thursday (January 15th) and is set to welcome over 50 of the world’s top luxury brands including Bentley, Princess Yachts, Cartier, Bank of China and Relais & Chateaux. The premier event for luxury brands targeting China’s fast-growing affluent sector, is now in its … Continued

Luxury retailers slow to embrace the web

Luxury brands make sure they look after their customers, at least in the high street. Online, it is another story. A recent article in the Financial Times shows that some of the smartest names in retailing struggle to work out how to use the web to interact with their clientele. On the whole, luxury brands … Continued