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Lux travel companies 'on right side of history' | Champneys expansion plans | Designer of Claridge's Christmas tree revealed

This time last week, we were at The Roof Gardens in Kensington – complete with flamingos in the gardens – and getting down to the business of analysing trends affecting the luxury sector.
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27 October 2016 | @ttgmedia

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This time last week, we were at The Roof Gardens in Kensington – complete with flamingos in the gardens – and getting down to the business of analysing trends affecting the luxury sector. So what did we discover? As many of you will already have registered, experiential travel is the hot ticket these days – but why? Our speaker James Wallman explained, while the incredible Vicki Loomes from TrendWatching also wowed us with the trends you need to have in your armoury for 2017. Meanwhile, luxury hoteliers continued to move and shake, of course. We loved hearing that 83-year-old German fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld is to launch a hotel brand; that Brit spa classic Champneys is expanding; and that design darlings Jony Ive and Marc Newson have their eye on creating what has become a Christmas icon – the annual Claridge’s Christmas tree. We’re cracking open the mince pies as we speak…

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