LMH: Winter London Diary

From magical luxury pop-ups to the hottest vegan restaurants – our LMH Luxe List rounds up what’s on our to-do list for the festive month.

 

‘Making Modernism’ at the Royal Academy of Arts

Making Modernism is the first major UK exhibition devoted to pioneering women working in Germany in the early 1900s: Paula Modersohn-Becker, Kӓthe Kollwitz, Gabriele Münter and Marianne Werefkin.

The exhibition reframes subjects such as self-portraiture, still-life, the female body, depictions of childhood, landscapes and urban scenes through the experiences and perspectives of these ground-breaking artists who were no less central to the development of radical new approaches to art in Europe.

12 November 2022 — 12 February 2023

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Holy Carrot

In celebration of World Vegan month, we have chosen to highlight our favourite plant-based restaurant Holy Carrot. Open for all-day dining with the goal to create a warm and inviting environment with a vegan menu that focuses on using ethically sourced, seasonal produce, prepared in a mindful manner, all dishes are gluten-free, sugar-free as well as being free from preservatives and additives. 

You can find them in the heart of Knightsbridge or their Bicester Village pop-up for the next 2 months. 

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Solice

Wellness and health is key when it comes to the winter season and there is no better way than Solice. Solice Health is London’s leading bespoke medical concierge, providing around-the-clock care, specifically tailored to each of their members personal needs.

As a member, you have a personal doctor, dedicated nurse and medical secretary, on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With additional benefits including a holistic wellness offering, preventative care and unlimited private GP access included in membership, your concierge will optimise and tailor every aspect of your healthcare.

Learn more at solice.health

@solice.health 

 

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney has been a huge force in changing fashion’s landscape and was among the first luxury houses to offer products with a conscience. As always, the Winter 22 collection was free of leather, feathers and animal fur and it included forest-friendly viscose, organic cotton, recycled nylon, recycled polyester, regenerative NATIVA wool and RWS wool from traceable sources to keep us warm this winter.  

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The Nutcracker – Royal Opera House

Discover the enchantment of ballet with the Nutcracker for the whole family. Supported by Van Cleef & Arpels, the festive period setting, dancing snowflakes and enchanting stage magic has become the perfect Christmas entertainment, with Tchaikovsky’s sumptuous, sugar-spun music accompanying the Nutcracker. 

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‘Fabulous World of Dior’ at Harrods

Make your wish come true with the fairytale ‘Fabulous World of Dior’ exclusive pop-up at Harrods. Open until January 3, 2023, visitors have the chance to discover this exclusive celebration of Dior with glowing installations, window displays, interactive adventures, and more. Honouring the bond that has connected both Houses since 1953, this momentous occasion brings forth the very dreamlike qualities that make them so iconic for everyone to enjoy this festive season. 

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Tiffany & Co.

All three of December’s birthstones are best known for their beautiful shades of blue. These gemstones range from the oldest on Earth to one of the first mined and used in jewellery, to one of the most recently discovered. Admired since ancient times, turquoise is known for its distinct colour, which ranges from powdery blue to greenish robin’s egg blue. Nothing says Tiffany like the colour blue. A favourite stone of Tiffany designers for over a century and the perfect gift to give this year. 

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HM Queen Elizabeth II

As the world continues to mourn the loss of Queen Elizabeth II, the LMH team has come together to share our most lovely moments and memories of Her Majesty that will stay with us forever.

Jemma 

Although very difficult to pick one singular moment, one of my most joyful and memorable moments has to be James Bond sketch for the 2012 Olympics. The story of how it unfolded – with a Queen ‘double’ pitched to play the part of the Queen, and the Queen responding with a request to play the part herself – is just fantastic. A truly special memory and such fun to watch.

Chloe

“He is someone who doesn’t take easily to compliments but he has, quite simply, been my strength and stay all these years, and I, and his whole family, and this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim, or we shall ever know.”

One of the many inspirations I’ve taken from Queen Elizabeth II is her timeless and enduring partnership with Prince Phillip. As a total romantic, watching their commitment, laughter and loyalty for each other over their 74 year marriage is something I have admired and enjoyed wholly. Knowing they are reunited provides me with great comfort through such a difficult period of mourning.

Freya 

This is my favourite clip referring to the Queen as it highlights beautifully that whilst being the most influential woman of our age, she equally had a fierce sense of humour and lovely relationship with all who were lucky enough to work alongside her.

Izzy 

This is my favourite photograph of the Queen. Prince Phillip is dressed in full ceremonial uniform for a ceremony at Windsor Castle and together they chuckle as she walks past him. We are let in to a glimpse of their friendship, a key component their lifelong love and companionship.

Jamie 

This wonderful clip of Queen Elizabeth II and Paddington Bear perfectly encapsulates her brilliant sense of humour. The Queen always found a way to balance duty, strength and respect with humour and compassion – a show of her incomparable leadership.

Rebecca 

Definitely a world icon. Although I am Italian, I have always had great admiration and respect for the queen who has never hidden her mutual love for Italy.

Since 1951 there have been five visits of Elizabeth II to Italy, official meetings with presidents of the Republic and popes, but also with personalities from the world of fashion and entertainment such as Valentino and maestro Riccardo Muti.

 


 

Why pivoting is so important in 2022

Times have changed, and with such a big global shake-up, we’ve decided it’s time to pivot. To bring a fresh look, perspective, and energy into LMH – and so we’ve gone through a rebrand. We’re not alone, many of our clients have decided now is the time to refresh and align with societies evolvement – summer is here and it’s the first ‘normal’ summer we’ve had in years. There is excitement and positivity in the air and so we agree – now is the time to change.

In business, change is often regarded as a risk. It’s to be feared and, whenever possible, avoided.

Change in business is absolutely vital if businesses are to realise growth potential, propel teams onto greater things and keep their audiences engaged.

The world changes every day. Society is constantly changing. If businesses fail to keep up with these constantly-moving targets, they lag behind, become stale and, ultimately, fail. Great business leaders understand this, which is why they continually look for ways to evolve and improve.

So what are the benefits of change?

Change helps you take advantage of technical advances.

If anything changes quickly, it’s technology. Businesses that are willing to change the way they operate are far better placed to take advantage of new technological advances.

Change presents teams with new opportunities.

Teams that aren’t subjected to change, quickly become stale and disengaged. They lag behind on what’s trending and seem old-fashioned. In order to foster an emotional connection between the business and its employees, change is usually required.

Change ensures you’re ready for the new breed of customer.

Customers evolve. The people you were selling your products to last year have already changed; they’re aware of the new strategies they want to be associated with, they take a different buyer’s journey and expect an entirely different customer service experience. Are you ready for them?

If your business is incapable of change, your customers – both existing and potential – will leave you behind.

Change challenges the status quo.

It’s easy to get comfy in business, and if things get too comfy, complacency usually follows.

A question every business leader should ask is “why?”. Why do certain processes exist? Why do you develop your product that way? Why does it take forever to invoice clients? This should lead to looking deeply into the problem and getting a solution, to change the whole system.

Change challenges the status quo and enables businesses to hunt down inefficiencies within the organisation and act accordingly.

Keep asking “why?” and don’t settle for the norm and neither for the less.

 

Still afraid of change?

A leap of faith in business is often required to make the biggest changes. That ladder is what everyone should desire to make a step day in and day out. Even if there is a shred of doubt, the very fact you’re considering change gives it credence.

Be brave and make changes. There’s nothing worse in business than looking back and thinking “what if?” – every successful entrepreneur has, at some stage, made significant changes. They don’t always work, but when they do, the results can be transformation and rewarding as well.

 

[Source: Business Partner Magazine]

 


 

Get in touch with our strategy and brand communications team to talk about your branding and marketing strategy by emailing hello@luxurymarketinghouse.com.

LMH Associate Partners of Walpole

On Monday 23rd May, we had the pleasure of attending Walpole British Luxury Summit 2022 at The Londoner.

As associate partners of Walpole, we were delighted to be on-site with our content team capturing BTS footage, and filming exclusive interviews with some of the key speakers and guests.

“It’s like an MBA in Luxury all in one day”

– Helen Brocklebank, CEO Walpole

 

At the Walpole British Luxury Summit this year we captured:

  • 2 x live Instagram interviews
  • 6 x BTS pre-records with some of the leading experts in the industry
  • A reel capturing the stunning attention to detail and F&B provided by The Londoner
  • A reel speaking with our Founder & MD, Jemma Lester, on our involvement with the Walpole British Luxury Summit

 

Head to our Instagram > Reels to watch the full BTS content.

 

 


 

Get in touch with our strategic content team to talk about hosting a Live on Location by emailing hello@luxurymarketinghouse.com.

Why targeting Millennials is imperative for luxury brands

Millennials are fast becoming the most valuable luxury consumer segment. Together with the younger Generation Z consumers, Millennials are making up more than 40% of all luxury spending and generated 100% of the global luxury growth.

Bain & Company predicts that Millennials and Gen Z will account for nearly half of the total luxury goods sales by 2025, bringing the value of the global luxury industry to €290 billion ($356 billion).

As a result of the pandemic, Helen Brocklebank, CEO of Walpole, thinks the industry will exceed forecasts to generate 25 per cent of revenues online by 2025. “Way earlier, and by 2025 it will be 30 per cent-plus,” she says. “One of the things that’s very exciting is that brands now have a three to four-month dataset they never had before of how people have behaved online, so the opportunity now is to really mine that data.”

As Millennials enter their prime spending years, luxury brands need to understand how Millennials think and shop differently from the previous generations if they want to remain relevant.

Millennial-savvy and digitally-nimble brands are the ones that will win in the business of luxury.

 

There are four important Millennials characteristics that high-end brands need to cater for:

  • Millennials seek self-expression
  • Millennials value experience over ownership
  • Millennials spend more on brands that are socially responsible and environmentally conscious
  • Millennials are omnichannel shoppers

Millennials value luxury brands that celebrate their passions and individuality in a way that can be visually shared on social media.

Millennials are curators and creators, appreciating personalisation and the ability to share their opinion. Millennials value self-expression and they have an unlimited amount of digital platforms to choose from to express themselves. From Instagram to YouTube, Facebook and Snapchat, Millennials share their thoughts, opinions, and experiences with ease.

Exceptional quality is not enough to justify a premium luxury price for Millennials. Luxury brands need to craft an immersive story and provide a unique experience around their products if they want to appeal to their Millennial consumers.

Millennials are said to prefer to spend their money on first-class, authentic experiences rather than material objects. Millennials want to be “living a brand”, both online and offline, instead of just owning a brand.

 

 

Millennials can be distinguished from the previous generations for their relationship to the Internet and how comfortable they are with digital technologies. The generation can be defined as having a digitally-infused lifestyle. The Millennial generation is the first to come of age with the Internet and mobile phones. According to Nielsen, technology is essentially baked into every Millennial’s DNA.

As Millennials hear messages from multiple channels simultaneously, they expect a consistent and integrated experience regardless of the touchpoints. They want to be able to switch from one device to another, from online to offline, seamlessly.

It’s important to note that Millennials are greatly influencing the consumer habits of other generations as well, particularly their elders. In that sense, “Millennial” is not just an age group, but rather “a state of mind that affects consumer behaviour across generations” as research firm Bain & Co. highlighted in its report The Millennial State of Mind.

An anchor of the digital transformation, the Millennial generation loves to shape opinions and inform conversations, actively participates in brands’ stories, and expects brands to be connected 24/7. Millennials are the generation of social media. To authentically engage with Millennials, marketers need to communicate their stories and values through a completely digitally-integrated world.

By focusing more on selling an experience rather than a product, listening to what they’re asking for and offering relatable, authentic content, brands can empower Millennials to discover their products or services on their terms.

[Source: Luxe Digital, Raconteur]

 


 

Get in touch with our brand communications team to talk about your brand narrative and marketing strategy by emailing hello@luxurymarketinghouse.com.

SEO & Instagram: What You Need to Know

If you work in marketing, you will have heard of SEO, but if you haven’t here is a brief explanation: Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of improving the quality and quantity of website traffic to a website or a web page from search engines.

Organic traffic is traffic that comes to your site naturally. If someone searches for something online and they go to your website to find what they’re looking for, that’s an organic lead. You didn’t have to pay to have them come to your website.

Statistics show that organic search on Google is responsible for more than 59% of the world’s web traffic and 75% of people who search online never click past the first page of results. This shows the importance of a strong SEO strategy.

Website SEO is when you optimise your website for search engines to find and rank, this includes using keywords, meta descriptions and alt text – to name a few.

SEO for luxury brands is a must in order to thrive in the digital world. However what many people aren’t aware of is the importance of SEO on social media.

A strong Instagram SEO strategy is one of the best ways to increase your reach on the platform. SEO on Instagram is all about tailoring your content so that it appears in as many places as possible — from search results to suggested content feeds.

It’s an essential tactic for improving your discoverability – much like web SEO, the more people who discover your content, the greater chance you have at growing your following and building a strong Instagram community.

 

But how does Instagram SEO work?

Instagram’s algorithm processes every piece of content on the app, gathering information it can use to determine what the post is about — and by proxy, who might find it interesting.

With over one billion monthly active users on Instagram, SEO plays a significant role in both reach and discovery on the platform.

As part of the Explore page, Instagram search is the directory to every Instagram account on the app. Much like you would search a term into Google, you can use the search bar on the top of the Explore page to find and discover accounts, hashtags, and locations.

SEO also plays a major role in what populates on users’ suggested posts (now shown within a users home feed) — a space dedicated to displaying a collection of posts from accounts you don’t follow. And according to Instagram, these suggestions are, “based on posts from accounts like the ones you follow and posts similar to the ones you like or save.”

With a strong Instagram SEO strategy, you can ensure your posts are surfaced in relevant search results on the Explore page and in suggested content feeds.

Until recently you could only search in Instagram Explore via hashtags, location tags, usernames, and profile names, however, you can now search using keywords. That means writing relevant, descriptive captions using choice keywords can seriously impact your content’s discoverability.

Instagram Profile

Your Instagram profile (AKA your Instagram bio) is the best place to include relevant keywords and search terms.

Instagram bio SEO starts with Instagram name SEO. Choose a handle and profile name that’s relevant to your content. If you’re well known by your brand name, then that’s the best place to start. If there’s room for a keyword in your handle or name, include that too.

Captions

Long-form captions are becoming increasingly popular on Instagram, a study by Later and Fohr on influencer’s captions found that the more you share, the better your engagement rate. However, ensuring to utilise key words and a CTA will also enhance your reach.

Instagram Alt Text

Instagram alt text is a feature that allows you to write custom alternative text for a richer description of your photos. And while the feature was mainly designed to improve accessibility on the platform, it can also be used for SEO purposes. At the moment, Instagram automatically generates alt text so people can hear descriptions of content through a screen reader.

Hashtags

While it’s long been considered an insider trick to hide hashtags in comments – and with many scheduling platforms providing the option to automatically post a comment with hashtags – Instagram has now revealed that keywords and hashtags should appear directly in the caption to impact the search results. They have equally provided a few tips for maximising your reach and searchability through hashtags:

  • Use only relevant hashtags
  • Use a combination of well-known, niche, and specific (think branded or campaign-based) hashtags
  • Limit hashtags to 3 to 5 per post
  • Don’t use irrelevant or overly generic hashtags like #explorepage

[Sources: Instagram, Hootsuite, Later, Media Boom]

 


 

Get in touch with our brand communications team to talk about your SEO and social media strategy by emailing hello@luxurymarketinghouse.com.

The Do's & Don'ts of LinkedIn

Introducing the unofficial guide to LinkedIn by The Circle for those who want to be more confident using LinkedIn for themselves to build a digital professional network:

The Do’s

Refine and populate your profile
Have a professional portrait image
Add a banner that reflects your profession
Build a digital network organically
Be informative, a thought leader in your industry
Use bullet points and icons in your post
Take a strategic B2B approach
Tag and link contacts
Use hashtags (no more than 5)
Post regularly, frequency is key

 

The Don’ts

✖ Have a profile with no image
✖ Have an unprofessional portraits image
✖ Be forceful or take a hard sell approach
✖ Copy what you post on other channels
✖ Pay for advertising, it’s expensive and lacks ROI.
✖ Post video or share posts
✖ Make the copy too long
✖ Be afraid to have an opinion
✖ Post with poor grammar and typos
✖ Post less than 3 times a week

 


 

To learn more about finessing your digital profile and the important of owning the digital space in your industry, enquire into membership of The Circle – our luxury business networking club aimed to blend together both physical and digital working.

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Luxury Insider: NFTs & Luxury

Luxury NFTs could become a $56bn a year marketplace by 2030, according to investment bank and financial services leader, Morgan Stanley.

As the production of NFTs continues to create new forms of fashion consumption, more and more premium brands are jumping on this fast-moving train, investing in their new digital collectibles businesses. As more aspects of people’s lives are moving online, the demand for digital fashion and goods will increase significantly in the coming years.

 

But what are NFTs?

NFTs are a digital record of the ownership of an asset whether digital or physical. The record itself is held on the blockchain.

It’s essentially proof of authenticity, like having an item autographed.

The type of asset whose ownership is most commonly recorded with the purchase of an NFT is currently art (music, video, imagery, text, and so on).

But the concept of “ownership” in the world of NFTs means something different to the widely understood legal definition of “ownership”.

The owner of an NFT does not necessarily have legal title to the copyright in the intellectual property contained within the asset associated with their NFT unless it is specifically transferred in the sale and purchase agreement.

As original NFT creator, Anil Dash wrote in The Atlantic, “when someone buys an NFT, they’re not buying the actual digital artwork; they’re buying a link to it.”

It’s clear that the value of NFTs cannot be measured using conventional economics.

So why is there such excitement around NFTs and what have luxury brands seen in NFTs that had made them interested in moving into this growing sector?

 

NFTs and Luxury

In the past 10 years, there has been a shift away from scarcity and craftsmanship as the defining characteristics of what many consider as “luxury”.

Wealthier millennials and Gen Zers seemed to place a high value on hard-to-replicate memories and authentic experiences that could be shared with others via social media.

But, in the next two years, we see NFTs as bringing back to luxury the exclusivity that once defined it.

Gucci, Burberry, and Louis Vuitton are some of the first luxury brands to enter the NFT and Metaverse spaces with exclusive digital clothing, gaming skins, digital artwork, and online avatars. 

 

 

Given the demand for NFTs and the prices they command, owners of NFTs may be justified in seeing these tokens as outward displays of their wealth and status.

As an immersive experience, the personal avatars that users utilise will wear clothing and use items as manifestations of individualization and personal expression, much like they would in the physical world — this opens up a really exciting opportunity for premium brands.

Owners will be able to showcase their collection of NFT-associated assets to others within the gaming and interactive platforms they frequent. As described by Bloomberg, your digital avatar could “wear Burberry “skins” and carry Gucci handbags that are not leather totes but non-fungible tokens”.

Luxury watch manufacturer Patek Philip revealed an NFT based on its famed and discontinued timepiece “Nautilus” in November 2021 – ideal for the Metaverse.

 

 

Some luxury NFTs come with real-world manifestations of the product being represented digitally. For example, you get a real coat at the same time as you get a virtual coat. If you buy a luxury watch NFT, you now might get both a physical watch and a digital file which acts as a certificate of authenticity.

You could use the digital wallet app on your phone to show off your collection of NFTs to others.

Proof of NFT ownership might become a passport allowing access to exclusive events online and offline. Each event you attend will generate an NFT of its own to offer proof of attendance.

You may not even need a digital wallet. Soon, you’ll be able to link the NFTs in your digital wallet back to your social media profile.

You can choose which NFT you want as your display picture. On Twitter, the NFT you choose will be displayed within a hexagon and not the usual roundel. It’s not hard to see how the hexagonal display pictures could become the new must-have sign of status just like the blue tick verified user status used to be if interest in NFTs continues to grow.

This is, of course, all speculation.

No-one is sure how this is going to turn out. The success of NFTs is, in large part, determined by the success or otherwise of the metaverse. There have been plenty of attempts to create digital worlds in the past and, although the tech is now much better, there is no compelling evidence that we will live in a Ready Player One type of virtual reality world any time soon.

And if there is mass adoption, will NFTs develop into two different classes? One class with an accompanying physical product and one without? 

Where there is no physical product, will luxury consumers be happy to purchase an item of clothing they can only showcase to people in a virtual world but they cannot wear in the actual presence of their friends in their favourite clubs and nightspots?

Last but not least – will NFT prices hold? Will wealth managers and family office managers see NFTs as a stable store of value given their current price volatility? Remember that NFTs must be purchased with cryptocurrency which has its own price volatility issues.

There seems to be something in NFTs but, barely a year into widespread interest in the tokens, it’s difficult to tell the longer-term direction of travel for the sector.

 

 

[Sources: Morgan Stanley, VERB, Forbes]

Should my brand be on TikTok?

The question we’re getting asked the most at the moment: “Should my brand be on TikTok?”

Although there is no definite right or wrong answer, we’ve collated some information and statistics that might help you decide whether TikTok is the right social media space for you…

 

 

TikTok was, by a landslide, the most popular app of 2021. With 656 million downloads last year alone (over 100 million more than Instagram), the viral video platform solidified its place in the Gen Z zeitgeist.

10- to 19-year-olds make up a quarter of all TikTok users in the US — the largest age group on the app. Combined with the platform’s millennial audience, the two generations account for nearly 70% of its user base.

According to a study from TikTok, 92% of users say they take action after watching a TikTok video (such as sharing, following, or commenting), and 25% of all Gen Z users say TikTok videos have led them to purchase or research a product.

If you’re not on the platform, you could be missing out on a lucrative tool for both building brand awareness and driving revenue.

The beauty of TikTok is that whatever your niche, there’s an audience for it on the app.

In some ways, it’s hard to compare TikTok to Instagram — mainly because Instagram’s product offerings are so much more extensive than the other two.

Here are the top TikTok stats from their study that everyone who wants to sell on the app should know:
  1. 84% of TikTok users say it’s a source for discovering or learning something new
  2. TikTok users are 1.5x more likely to immediately buy something they discovered on the platform
  3. Compared to other platforms, TikTok is 1.7x more likely to be used as a product discovery tool
  4. TikTok users are 1.4x more likely than other platform users to research products and brands they find on the app
  5. TikTok users are 1.4x more likely than other platform users to buy a product they find on the app
  6. TikTok users are 1.5x more likely than other platform users to convince a friend or family member to buy a product they’ve seen on the app
  7. TikTok users are 2.4x more likely than other platform users to create a post and tag a brand after buying a product
  8. Compared to other platforms, TikTok users are more than twice as likely to comment or DM a brand after making a purchase
  9. 39% of TikTok users say “lifting spirits” is a key factor when deciding to purchase a product
  10. TikTok users are 1.3x more likely than users of other platforms to feel excited after purchases

 

Instagram’s user base is vast and diverse with over 2 billion monthly active users.

Unlike TikTok, which has large audiences of younger teenage users, Instagram skews toward slightly older members of Gen Z and younger millennials. Collectively, 18- to 34-year olds account for over 62% of the app’s total global audience.

What works best for you will depend on your brand and what you’re hoping to achieve with your social media presence. But here’s what you need to remember:

1. Instagram is great if you want to prioritize both video and static content and access a robust suite of brand marketing and e-commerce tools (plus a massive global audience).

2. With a focus on authentic and playful video content, TikTok is the platform that gives you the best chance of going viral. Plus, it’s a place to have fun and experiment with less curated content.

 

Keep in mind that diversifying your online presence by using multiple platforms at once is a good thing. So if you can, try out both!

 

[Source: Later, TikTok]


 

Get in touch with our brand communications team to talk about your social media strategy by emailing hello@luxurymarketinghouse.com.

On 23rd February, we had the pleasure of hosting the LMH Luxury Insider 2022 in partnership with Rosewood London and Walpole.

We were joined by a wonderful panel of specialists at the Rosewood hotel to discuss the important of content-driven marketing within the luxury industry.

Hosted by Charlotte Keesing, Director of Walpole, LMH Founder and MD Jemma Lester & Rosewood Managing Director, Michael Bonsor, we discussed topics including:

The Importance of Content Driven Marketing with Luxury Marketing House Founder & MD, Jemma Lester

Digital sphere & Finessing your Digital Profile – the ABC’s Photography with Purpose with award-winning photographer Matt Porteous

Film Content Styles with Rosewood MD, Michael Bonsor

Content-driven Marketing & Remaining in Conversation with Northacre Head of Brand, Amy Wardell

New Luxury: The Balance between Physical & Digital with luxury specialist Alex Field

Sustainability in Luxury Marketing with model and influencer Brett Staniland

 

We were joined by a wonderful audience of guests from the luxury industry, including brands such as Rolls Royce, Turnbull & Asser, Saatchi Gallery, Corinthia Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, The Londoner and McLaren. We were also joined virtually by over 100 guests including Rive Gauche London, William Grant & Sons and Smythson.

 


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