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British fragrance maker Floris London is paying homage to its longtime home at 89 Jermyn Street with a perfume inspired by the location.
Italian fashion label Etro is partnering with Crystal Cruises to provide branded spa amenities in its guests’ staterooms and penthouses.
Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is giving consumers a second screen viewing experience for its branded television series “Verses and Flow” through a dedicated mobile application.
Swiss watchmaker Officine Panerai is entering ecommerce with its first-ever online boutique in the United States market.
Conglomerate Kering has announced that Balenciaga and Alexander Wang have made the joint decision not to renew the designer’s contract past its first term.
Please join us for the third annual Luxury Retail Summit: Holiday Focus 2015 Wednesday, Sept. 16 in New York featuring leading specialists and top thinkers in luxury retailing and marketing.
French leather goods house Hermès is still suffering from criticism about the mistreatment of animals with the activist organization PETA determined to take action from within.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 30 – Four Seasons expands fitness offerings with helipad yoga; Tesla challenges traditional sales strategies with referral program; Luxury Brands Lifestyle targets affluent consumers with Miami expansion; Estée Lauder joins forces with Opening Ceremony to create gift collection.
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