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By : LuxuryNext Team | November 30, 2017

The recently launched Indian luxury fashion brand, Varana, finds its first home in London’s Mayfair district. It promises to be India’s answer to Hermès, even as it stays rooted in the country’s rich craftsmanship and textiles.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | November 21, 2017

From watches to scotch whisky and luxury bags, all the best indulgences which you can gift your loved ones, or yourself, to celebrate 2017’s festive season

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By : LuxuryNext Team | November 13, 2017

At some point, the world map will be drastically redrawn. Climate change has ensured that there are several destinations facing the wrath of man-made disaster, destinations that may disappear in the next 50 to 100 years. They are, very obviously, the hottest destinations to travel to in 2017-2018.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | December 26, 2016

Ulysse Nardin chooses a far-flung suburb of Mumbai to debut their first India store at a time when demonetization and a general slowdown have hit the luxury industry.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | November 5, 2016

India is the next port of call for global luxury cruises, backed by the Indian government’s policy changes and its intention to build world class infrastructure.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | October 8, 2016

A host of bespoke artisanal ateliers come together for an uber-luxury event as part of the storied London Design Festival 2016.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | October 3, 2016

Indian architect Bijoy Jain designs Melbourne’s MPavilion, an annual high-profile design event staged at Queen Victoria Gardens.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | September 27, 2016

Marriott International just bought over the uber-luxury hotel group, Starwood, to become the biggest luxury hotel group in the world. The challenge now lies in merging two different cultures over 30 brands

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By : LuxuryNext Team | September 25, 2016

As Asian economies like China and Singapore slow down and their luxury industry takes a hit due to anti-corruption drives, the younger, aspirational online shopper and tourists come to the luxury industry rescue.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | September 20, 2016

A luxury cruise ship makes a historic journey along the once ice-bound Northwest Passage, which was inaccessible to ships in the summer of 2016. While the luxury industry is celebrating the opening of this new exotic tour route, the environmentalists and climate change evangelists are bemoaning the destruction of the last pristine natural world stretch.

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