Tech start-up Toshi is disrupting the luxury logistics market through its retail delivery service with a human touch. With Gen Yers and Zers becoming the most prominent luxury spenders, how are brands evolving to meet their preferences for personalised and convenient shopping experiences?
A new 'wait and try' service sees luxury online shoppers enjoy a personalised delivery experience where a courier waits for the client to try items on before deciding on what to keep. With e-commerce growing, HNWIs want delivery experiences that feel as luxurious as in-store services.
Lockdowns catapulted grocery delivery services to success in many cities around the world, with apps like Getir, Weezy, and Gorillas offering to send goods to people’s doors in just ten minutes. But is lightning-fast delivery sustainable? And are there other ways to offer convenience without speed?
Social media sensation Charles Gross is lifting the veil on luxury fashion for Gen Zers, with his successful content centered around insider knowledge from time spent working in high-end retail. Are influential online figures like Gross helping to democratize the fashion landscape?
Second-hand fashion has dusted off any remaining mothballs, with online platforms, charity shops, and auction houses catering to frugal fashionistas. While the industry is often called out for fast-fashion waste, how can brands encourage timelessness? And can thrifted threads be luxury items?