There are a lot of ways to get to know the world. You get to decide how you travel, who you travel with, and where you go. It’s all up to you, and each decision has an impact on your experience. One of the biggest decisions you’ll make is where you stay. The place, the location, the view—it’s all so important. That’s where luxury camping comes in.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced Wednesday it will spin off sports car maker Ferrari into a separate company, a move to unlock the luxury brand's value and distinguish it from its mass-market parent. The spinoff aims to raise money to support the newly merged carmaker's plans to invest 48 billion euros ($61 billion) over five years to compete with global giants Toyota and Volkswagen. Shares in Fiat Chrysler soared on the news.
A new report by Digital Luxury Group (DLG) indicates interest in luxury travel is growing, and some hotel companies and brands in particular are attracting a good deal of attention. The report, “The World Luxury Index Hotels 2014,” was unveiled recently in partnership with the Chair of Luxury Hospitality of Ecole Hôtelie`re de Lausanne (EHL), Prof. Samad Laaroussi.
French fashion house Chanel is premiering a new film campaign with model Gisele Bündchen under the direction of Baz Luhrmann for its storied Chanel N°5 fragrance. “The One That I Want” is a film that embodies the modern woman, the woman who makes her own decisions and struggles to balance her priorities in daily life.
Italy is among the top three world wine produces, along with France and Spain. Italy produces three times the amount of wine each year (over 6 million tons of grapes) more than the United States’ 2 million tons. How then can an Italian winery have a presence in the US wine market place.