The new tourist mecca will house over 600 brands, restaurants and a five-star hotel.
As the French Maison preps the reveal of its first haute couture collection in over 50 years, it has cleaned up its social accounts.
High-end products are no longer exclusively sold in stores, as the world’s most coveted brands, products, and services are now accessible to all who search.
“There is no how and why in what I am doing. It is all about graphic intentions translating experiences.”, Nicolas Lefeuvre.
3D printing has been around since the 80s but it is only in recent times that this technology has slowly become more commonly used in the luxury sector. Should these luxury brands be fearful of 3D printing or should they embrace it and create a new form of partnership?
Asia is on the rise, no doubts about it, and luxury brands are banking on this rise to garner greater attention to their brands through appointing more Asians to be their ambassadors.