Prestige beauty company L'Occitane en Provence is taking its assortment on the road with its new L'Occi Truck, the first ever traveling retail experience for the brand, modeled on the food truck concept.
Lifestyle brand FabFitFun is hosting a pop-up in Downtown LA's Grand Central Market March 10th-11th. Consumers are incentivized to interact with the space – adorned with Instagram-worthy props – and post on social media.
Chinese investor and philanthropist Wendy Yu, on behalf of her Hong Kong-based company, Yu Holdings, has created an endowment in perpetuity for the position of the Wendy Yu Curator in Charge of The Costume Institute.
When the French outpost of Bulgari Hotels and Resorts opens in 2020, it will occupy a place on 30 avenue George V which forms one of the most exclusive and most expensive pieces of real estate in the city.
LL Bean changed its lifetime return policy last Friday, transitioning to a more restrictive one year term. The company has now been sued by a consumer seeking to create a class action against the company for the change.
Marking the biggest sales dip in 11 months, US consumer spending cooled off in the first quarter, following the holiday season's strong showing. Year-over-year data, however, shows a healthy uptick of 5.4 percent.
Egyptian jeweller Azza Fahmy is to launch in the UK with the brand having just signed up to a store in luxury shopping-location-cum-tourist-destination Burlington Arcade as London remains a key focus for high-end brands.
Celebrity favorite Rimowa has opened a pop-up shop in Beverly Hills on Rodeo Drive. This is the first ever pop-up shop for the legacy German luggage and accessories brand known for its aluminum-sided ridged bags.
Target has listened to consumers and stopped selling Mario Batali products online after he admitted to sexually assaulting coworkers. Batali stepped away from his business, including the Westfield Century City's Eataly.