generation y

iGen, forget about millennials, here is the new Eldorado

iGen, forget about millennials, here is the new Eldorado

Millenials were responsible for the disrruption in economy and especially in the luxury industry. This is actually old news, discover the iGen generation: fully connected, less rebellious, more tolerant and clearly unprepared for Adulthood. Yes it is a mess and it is coming for you, luxury brand! Why Millennials were the gold pot? Millennials are below 25 years old and some of them have money. They have more than $US200 billion to spend and they contribute to $US500 billion indirectly…

JM Weston presents Le Moc: the mocassin for generation Y.

JM Weston presents Le Moc: the mocassin for generation Y.

JM Weston dares to reinvent the Mocassin by launching the MOC, a flexible, essential version of the 180. The interior buttresses disappeared, the leather skins are carefully chosen for their flexibility and their maintenance, assembly is carefully achieved through expertise always perfected.

Nailmatic, when beauty meets generation Y

Nailmatic, when beauty meets generation Y

Discover Nailmatic, a young dynamic nail polish brand that completely found its target: The generation Y or who we call the Millenials. So it is about creativity, nail polish, innovation and high-tech.  Nailmatic, why nail polish ? Because ! The beauty market is one of the most dynamic segments of the luxury overall industry. Fragrances and skincare are traditionally the 2 engines that leaded the way in the segments for several years. Nevertheless due to a heavy competition, market segmentation…

When Luxury brands become the new cultural references

When Luxury brands become the new cultural references

Luxury Brands What defines a country, a group of people or any human association are often the common cultural references they share together. Literature, painting, sculpture, dance, religion or civic education are some of the many disciplines that generate symbols and habits. Luxury is also many times written into some heritage. While Baby boomers and generation X learned luxury via the possession of objects made by the brands, the younger generation, often called generation Y have a complete different approach….