“It’s bog standard wine, Dara,” came the inevitable response from one Twitter wag.
Come, before you step out into the open air, sit down here, in-between the brief pause of children’s laughter and a tannoy announcement/In the small kingdom of faces…
If Baked Potato, Soy Bean, Maccha Milk, French Salt, Pumpkin (!), College Tater, Red Bean Paste, Salt Watermelon, Houiji Tea and Apple Vinegar don’t constitute wacky then I’m Donald Trump.
Now this young man is clearly well-trained. He knew all about Japanese whiskey (as he should) but his personality was natural, not schooled.
He was so successful with Camus, and so synonymous with it, that it was widely thought he was the owner, hence the sobriquet Jean Gentzbourger Camus, by which he became known all around the world.
The innovation I like most is called Scents & Spirits, an ‘experience wall’ designed to fuse the worlds of fragrances and ‘luxury libations’.
The term ‘operators’ should be banned from our industry anyway; it sounds like someone using a forklift machine.
I note, for example, that Doug has already posted three stories online today, which, to remind you, is Sunday, New Year’s Eve. Who to battle daily now?
It is a gesture that emboldens the Trinity spirit and affirms the Christmas spirit. Truly, happiness declared. And happiness shared.
Since The Trinity Forum in early November, Emmanuel has been busy rolling out Lancôme Travel Retail’s ‘Declaring Happiness’ campaign. I think we can safely declare that today Emmanuel is himself full of happiness.
I watched as some of the world’s most illustrious beauty brands were stripped out of their packaging and stuffed into this young woman’s holdalls. Doesn’t do much for the selective distribution argument does it?
I’m over north-eastern Australia on the long Emirates flight from Auckland to Dubai, as my final trip of the year draws to a close. I’m winging my way back to Ireland for Christmas after visits to Melbourne and Auckland airports (more on their respective retail developments on our home page). When I travel at this
For any forward-looking airport company, taking the best of the city or region it represents and translating it faithfully to its own travel environment is both aspiration and challenge. And not that many airports get it right. Some add touches of local flavour in the shopping or food offer but little in the way of