Beyond the product, luxury shopping is defined by the special touches that make a customer feel pampered while paying a steep price. A glass of champagne, an attentive associate and a pristine presentation are the cherries on top of the exchange in-store that make it a luxury experience.
Online, those human touches vanish. Most luxury brands — still, astonishingly, not all — have accepted that they can’t sit out on e-commerce, and top digital luxury brands are getting creative by adding specialized touches to their online stores.
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