Aside from fashion and accessories, luxury goods range from watches and jewellery, high-end automobiles, fine wines and spirits and high-end home décor to luxury travel and hospitality services.

The aesthetic elements of tangible products can be protected as registered designs for the whole product or for certain unusual design elements such as the watch face, handles and grilles of an automobile, or an unusual bottle for fine wines and spirits. The packaging for products could also be protected. Registering the brand name and associated branding elements, which could include bottles for fine wines and spirits, provides a means to prevent third parties from misleading consumers into buying inferior products. It is also worth considering whether there may be licensing opportunities relating to the use of luxury goods in the Metaverse and protecting the brand assets for NFTs (non-fungible tokens).