Recent culturally insensitive missteps by luxury brands, including Burberry, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana, have people calling for greater diversity and inclusivity. While this is important, the problem goes deeper. Luxury brands need to return to the higher standards of taste and culture that made them great in the first place.
Pamela Danziger to speak at Luxury Daily’s Women in Luxury conference May 9, 2019. Topic: Meet America’s Most Powerful Consumer: Her Name Is HENRY
Pamela Danziger has a new speech for meeting organizers that want to explore America’s most powerful consumer, HENRY women (high-earners-not-rich-yet). They are the future luxury consumers.
Brand Finance, the London-based valuation and strategy consultancy, is out with its top 50 list of the world’s most valuable fashion brands. While luxury brands, including watch, jewelry and fashion accessories brands, lead the list in numbers, holding 27 of the top 50 slots, Nike remains the fashion industry leader in brand value. The athletic and […]
Declining American consumer confidence, particularly among affluent consumers who contribute most to the retail economy, could signal a retail slowdown in 2019, and a Deloitte study finds retailers are in a weak position to absorb a decline. It’s the makings of a perfect retail storm.