Why Luxury is trending in India: India Magazine

  • August 26, 2021

The luxury and lifestyle magazine luxury magazine has been a hot topic in India lately as Indian society continues to look for ways to embrace luxury and modernity, according to an article published by Time magazine.

The luxury magazine, which was founded in the UK by the British fashion designer, Lord & Evelyn, recently published an article titled “The Next Era of Luxury: How India Can Transform its Fashion Industry and Become the Next Luxury World.”

In the article, which Time magazine published on March 13, the magazine outlined a few ways in which India could take the next steps in embracing its luxury lifestyle.

India has been slow to embrace the luxury lifestyle as the country has yet to embrace many of the trends that the world is embracing like smart clothes, designer shoes, luxury vehicles, and even luxury hotels.

The article also said that India has been caught up in a debate over whether or not it should embrace its traditional culture and that this could make the country a place that is no longer “fiercely proud of its heritage.”

The article said that the country will need to embrace its rich heritage, the rich culture, and to become “fiercer, bolder and bolder in its efforts to be the next great nation,” and it is “now more important than ever that India embraces its culture.”

The publication said that its focus is to be “a source of inspiration, a place of comfort and an ideal place to find out what is important to you, in order to give you something to do that will make you happy, not just to buy, but to spend money.”

The magazine said that “as you get older, you will need a place to live where you can be yourself, where you will be at peace, where there is something to eat and drink, where a beautiful sunset will be your best friend, and where you have something to talk about.”

Lexus, Cadillac hit with ‘unfair’ lawsuit after luxury car mags

  • August 3, 2021

A Lexus and Cadillac luxury car company are facing a lawsuit in California after luxury auto magazine Lexus was accused of violating a trademark by using its name.

The suit, filed in San Diego County Superior Court, accuses Lexus of trademark infringement and misleading customers about the brand’s exclusivity.

In the lawsuit, Lexus is accused of using the brand name Lexus without permission and for commercial purposes, even though it is an official Lexus name.

It also alleges that Cadillac has violated trademark rights by using the word Cadillac without permission.

Lexus said in a statement that it is reviewing the complaint.

Cadillac, which also has a luxury car business, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.

The complaint alleges that Lexus trademark infringement occurred when Cadillac used the word “luxury” in its promotional material.

In 2016, Cadillac used “luxurious” in an ad and in an accompanying magazine, according to the lawsuit.

Cadillac said in the complaint that it never meant to mislead consumers and that it has the right to trademark Cadillac.

The brand’s spokeswoman said the complaint is baseless and that Lexis is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

In April, Lexis sued another luxury car magazine, Autocar, after a lawsuit was filed in a federal court in San Francisco alleging it violated the Lexus brand’s trademark rights with a photo that appeared on its website.

The case, filed by Autocars, alleged that Lexuses logo was used in images of the magazine’s website without permission, but it did not state that the company had the right of use of the logo.

In March, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted Lexis a provisional trademark registration in California.