Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 21 – Kering announces CEOs for Brioni, Bottega Veneta; Fortnum & Mason creates pleasant afternoon for guests; Bentley cleans up Web site for easy navigation; Oscar de la Renta dies at 82.
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Luxury conglomerate Kering is giving the reins of three brands over to new CEOs.
British department store Fortnum & Mason is inviting consumers to enjoy some ice skating and tea as the weather cools.
British automaker Bentley Motors is inviting fans to check out its redesigned Web site that places an emphasis on simplicity and spaciousness.
Four Seasons Resort Nevis in the West Indies is attracting guests looking for a tropical getaway this holiday season through a partnership with Magellan Jets.
Maserati of North America is teaming up with SiriusXM to incent consumers to purchase a Quattroporte, GranTurismo or Ghibli vehicle.
The revered and cherished fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died on Oct. 20, after a long battle with cancer.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 20 – Tod’s ignites ecommerce sales with online only handbag promotion; Dior paints portrait of founder in biography; Holland & Holland, The Dalmore partner for bespoke chess set; Saks shutters New Jersey location amid New York retail expansion.
Today in luxury marketing – Estée Lauder is acquiring perfume maker Le Labo; Flagship reflects “new” Bally; LVMH unveils terms of Hermès share redistribution; Jaguar Land Rover is in talks for US plant, report says.