Bentley’s Continental GT Speed is designed to stem the rise of the luxury SUV

Written by Phillip King Courtesy The Australian on . Posted in Luxury Vehicles & Sports Cars

SINCE the global financial crisis, the elite luxury brands have been basking in Chinese sunshine that’s seen them rebound to record sales and healthy profits. But it has involved an adjustment to their thinking. Traditionally, buyers in Europe and the US go for sportscars and grand tourers, but Chinese billionaires prefer something else.

Top luxury industry business trends in China this year

Written by Red Luxury and CPP-Luxury.com on . Posted in Luxury Business News

Luxury in China has ceased to be simply the possession and consumption of expensive, or even exclusive products. Now, it is more about self expression. As such, trends in the luxury market are shifting as consumers seek new ways to express and define themselves. Being Discreet and Personal Luxury is becoming increasingly discrete in China, with brands favoring smaller logos over extravagant iconography.

Chinese remain most valuable shoppers worldwide: Report

Written by Staff Writer Courtesy Lorre White on . Posted in Luxury Business News

‘The Top Ten Globe Shopper Nations Review’, an annual report providing analysis and insight into the spending and habits of the world’s ten biggest spending globe shopper nations. In 2013, travellers from the top ten nations increased the amount they spent on Tax Free Shopping with Global Blue by 8%.

Fairmont offers experiences packages for safari and beach package with their African properties

Written by Joe McCarthy Courtesy Luxury Daily on . Posted in Luxury Travel & Lifestyle

Fairmont Hotels and Resorts is touring its African properties with a new package that brings guests on game drives, into luxury tents and snorkeling with tortoises. The new “Safari and Sand from Kenya to the Seychelles” expedition bundles some of the attractions available at each of the three participating hotels to provide guests with a diverse experience.

How Britain's Prince George Is Ruling The Children's Luxury Market

Written by Diane Clehane Courtesy Forbes on . Posted in Luxury Products & Trends

The royal wedding between the former Kate Middleton (it’s Catherine now, thank you very much) and Prince William reignited worldwide interest in the royal family to a level not seen since the late Princess Diana ruled the tabloids. The ‘Kate Effect,’ which has been bolstering sales for her preferred fashion designers for years, was coined to describe the Duchess of Cambridge’s ability to make every dress she wears a sell-out.

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