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Condé Nast International Luxury Conference | Lisbon

Fashion | April 9, 2018 |

Condé Nast International Luxury Conference | Lisbon
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Condé Nast International Luxury Conference | Lisbon
Pàtio Da Galé, Lisbon
18 April 2018 to 19 April 2018

The conference looks at the threads that bind countries across continents as the colonialism of the past connects with present and future. There are countries that are linked by language – like Brazil with Portugal; or social and cultural connections that brought French taste to Lebanon. Investment from new super-rich territories is flowing through these links as trade and consumer ties are re-established. This map of influences is already drawing fresh and valuable connections which, in return, offer powerful opportunities for the international luxury and fashion industry
The fourth annual Condé Nast International Luxury Conference will explore how language – whether visual, spoken or written – links different parts of the world, and how shared languages and cultures are helping facilitate new commercial connections. The programme will examine the dynamism of fresh markets in Latin America and Africa, the ongoing influence of technology and alternative thinking, the evolution of consumers, and the importance of artistry, craft, and the touch of human hands.

 

The future luxury conference by Sophie HackfordImage courtesy of Condé Nast 

 

Join Suzy Menkes and international business and creative leaders, as well as disruptors, thinkers and unique voices, as they discuss the new language of luxury. The Condé Nast International Luxury Conference is the premier event for luxury business and creative leaders. Curated and hosted by Suzy Menkes, International Vogue Editor, the conference draws on the collective influence of Condé Nast International’s publications, and Suzy’s vision, expertise and wisdom.
Senior industry figures attend the conference for two days of learning, networking and fun. The event includes a formal on-stage programme of talks, interviews and discussions with creative and business speakers, as well as social events of the highest calibre, enabling attendees to make the most of their time.

 

Condé Nast International Luxury Conference | Lisbon
Image courtesy of Condé Nast

 

As the premier industry event, the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference attracts 500 of the luxury world’s most senior and influential attendees from over 30 countries. Decision-makers, innovators, entrepreneurs and creative leaders all converge on one location for discussions of the topics that are impacting the global luxury and fashion industry. The event also attracts editors, publishers and senior executives from all international offices of Vogue and Condé Nast.
The Condé Nast International Luxury Conference offers unparalleled learning and networking experiences. With a programme curated by Suzy Menkes, the conference provides attendees with business-critical information as well as exploring new and emerging industry concerns and fresh opportunities. Organised by Condé Nast International, the event has premium production qualities, and attending grants access to an insider world of industry leaders.

 

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