I can think of no better way to kick off the week in which Irish people around the world celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (17 March) than with a stirring rugby victory over England in Twickenham. Being there in person on a lovely spring afternoon on Saturday made the moment all the more special. Along with
The best airports (and Istanbul is high on that list) are magnificent amphitheatres that house not only people but emotions (sadness, excitement, anticipation, joy) and are therefore ripe for great experiences.
The home freezer is no place for frozen vegetables and other household necessities when you’ve got a couple of liquid beauties like this on offer.
From Hamad to Hepburn. Add a small food & beverage offer, play Moon River to passengers, ask them to close their eyes and they could be on Fifth Avenue standing alongside Audrey herself…
The last thing the international duty free industry can afford is to add further encouragement to Chinese consumers to not shop abroad.
The innovation I like most is called Scents & Spirits, an ‘experience wall’ designed to fuse the worlds of fragrances and ‘luxury libations’.
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.
Featuring the ‘World’s longest layover’, #LIFEINHEL is a mix of reality TV, game shows and social media. It relates the story of how Ryan is living in a little cabin inside Helsinki Airport for 30 days.
n my top ten airport stores’ list, this gem of a shop would be right up there. In an airport already putting its best gin foot forward, Jo Malone is surely the perfect tonic.
The Maori name for New Zealand is Aotearoa, meaning the land of the long white cloud. For the British & Irish Lions though, it could be a cloud of a different colour. Big, menacing and all black.
I know there have been plenty of airport Pop-Ups. But I’ve not seen anything like this. A beautiful temporary landmark housed in an elegant permanent one.
In a world turned ugly and feral, the beauty of cultures and human communication are more important than ever.
Messrs Geoghegan and Spillane displayed a level of service every bit as slick as Irish scrum-half Conor Murray, hand-delivering their prizes to Diana in Auckland last week.