The Future of Luxury nurtures dialogue between luxury, the individual and the bigger picture.

  • 5 ways to come up with an idea for a luxury business

    Starting a new business comes with many challenges. From administration to marketing and customer service there are many aspects that need to be thought through. But before any of that of course, you need to have an idea of what your business is going to do, be or offer.

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  • 3 uses of creativity to help position luxury brands from the mainstream.

    There is a saying that nothing dates quite like the future. And if there was one industry where timelessness is one of the core values it is Luxury.

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  • TFOL Snapshot 29.05.15

    Interactive fabrics that you can swipe right on, luxury cars being designed to be wirelessly charged are just two of the ways tech is integrating yet further into the world of luxury. Other news making the TFOL Snapshot this week sees luxury brands embrace affiliate marketing and a look at the need for multi-platform, personalised experiences to be placed at the heart of digital luxury.

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  • TFOL Snapshot 08.05.15

    This week’s TFOL Snapshot is tech heavy.
    All our top headlines this week look at how the integration of digital and tech at a fundamental level are key to a luxury brand’s success – both customer and operations-side.

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  • TFOL Snapshot 24.04.15

    There’s an emphasis on the interplay between emotion and technology in this week’s TFOL Snapshot. Can brands harness insights from neuroscience to drive luxury sales? There’s a warning that, whilst digital is necessary, it must co-exist with and incorporate the human and emotional. Other headlines making the news; the top 7 emerging trends in luxury shopping revealed and a look at new markets.

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  • TFOL Snapshot 17.04.15

    This week’s TFOL Snapshot includes the Telegraph’s inaugural Luxury Visionaries list highlighting the most daring and experimental innovators in their fields. The innovation continues with Spring – the app that makes Instagram, finally, shoppable. Burberry continues to lead the way with social media and uses Snapchat, while the growth of the Menswear market continues to outpace Womenswear.

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  • TFOL Snapshot 10.04.15

    This week, the influence of digital and e-commerce on luxury is impossible to ignore! Chanel tests the e-commerce waters with Net-A-Porter in a first step towards online sales that many see as long overdue. Apple’s strategy for its new watch sees focus placed online and not in-store and in the wider world of retail, consumers high-level of digital sophistication means shopping malls and retailers need to match this knowledge to provide an equally sophisticated and integrated shopping experience in store.

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  • TFOL Snapshot 27.03.15

    Amongst the headlines of this week’s TFOL Snapshot; the very definition of luxury is up for debate as London’s V&A museum counts down to the opening of its new exhibition ‘What is Luxury?‘, Instagram has become fashion’s best friend and luxury brands across the board have found a lucrative market selling knicknacks and smaller accessories.

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  • TFOL Snapshot 13.03.15

    In this week’s TFOL Snapshot Wearable Tech is the talk of the town, not surprising given the recent launch of the Apple Watch, this time though, we’re going beyond the smartwatch to a future with wearable drones. Can shopping finally turn into a social media activity courtesy of a London start up Shopa?

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  • TFOL Snapshot 06.03.15

    ‘Elbaz is hardly the first designer to notice that the need to reproduce a lot of clothes, and to sell them over portable devices like tablets, has produced flat-looking fashion, with pricey embroidery often used to grab consumers’ attention — call it mobile fashion’

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