Where does luxury stand relative to popular culture? Although designers have always inspired the masses through their avant-garde, innovative creations, this purely top-down influence is now obsolete. Facing a crisis of legitimacy, luxury’s notorious conservatism has been drawing inspiration from the most public of spaces: the street and its modern digital components.
An insight by Lewis Jones, Managing Director at CBA London
Last week was the Winter Fancy Food Show put on by the Specialty Food Association. For us here at CBA it’s a wonderful time to see what is happening in the world of food and beverage, as well as what new product trends we should keep our eyes on. It’s one thing to check out new designs online and quite another to see hundreds of samples in the crowded Moscone Center. From the thousands of vendors and brands present, we've identified 3 most notable trends that are soon to be dominating the world of food and beverage.
There is always a lot of expectation when you cross the threshold into a star-rated restaurant and a lot of "magic" when you taste its dishes. Every detail of your experience is carefully planned, from the welcome to the exit, and from the decor to the service, which conveys exclusivity, attention and extreme quality. But this often unforgettable opportunity is not always within everyone's reach.