Haute Couture to Hot Cuisine: The New Age Experiential Strategy to Win Over the Consumer

From Tiffany & Co. to Fendi, dabbling into the F&B sector has multiple benefits for luxury goods brands. We analyse this strategy which is proving to be a win-win for all people involved.

Luxury's (New) Love Affair with South Korea

All doors lead to South Korea. With the rise of K-pop, international luxury brands have found a new generation of not just brand ambassadors, but young consumers, who are also steering trends in fashion, style and dining.

  • Slow & Steady Wins the Race: Hospitality Group Oetker’s Mantra for Success

    Luxury has always been ‘exclusive’, ‘limited’. Hospitality group Oetker takes this philosophy seriously. CEO Timo Gruenert brings us up to speed with Oetker’s measured expansion, his thoughts on India, and the post-pandemic travel landscape.

  • Luxury’s Future: From Strong to Stronger in 2023?

    A quick rebound of the luxury industry post-pandemic, and Bernard Arnault’s ascent to the pedestal of the world’s richest man, have shown that luxury is strong. Going forward, here’s what the luxury industry needs to work on to keep it resilient.