Our perception of ‘The Good Life’ may contain things which traditionally come from the luxury sector, but Greek philosophers such as Aristotle and Plato, had different views of what constitutes a good life. Learn more here.
In the future, the very survival of luxury fashion will likely depend on its ability to adapt to climate change and its consequences on the environment, yet most major players don’t yet seem to be taking any significant steps towards innovation in their supply chains.
Current concepts of ‘wellness’ and ‘fitness’ go way beyond traditional exercise regimes or eating salad. The UK capital is a demand-led hot bed of innovation where international and local businesses can launch and thrive. Read the article on why health is the new wealth here:
‘The Judgement of Paris’ a climactic blind tasting in France that ended in two Californian wines being chosen over their French counterparts, displacing the theory and hierarchy that had been carefully orchestrated for over a century: that French wine was superior to all others.