Luxury Daily’s live news from March 30 – Bloomingdale’s hosts yoga class prior to women’s half marathon; Yoox confirms talks to purchase Net-A-Porter; Magellan Jets offers $43.5K college tour package; Fortnum & Mason creates vegetable music at Easter events.
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British department store Fortnum & Mason is hosting a three day Easter workshop in Piccadilly that includes a vegetable orchestra and arts and crafts.
Private aviation company Magellan Jets is offering packages to affluent consumers traveling around the country with their children looking for the right college.
Italian fashion and design retailer Yoox is the latest company rumored to be looking to purchase British ecommerce site Net-A-Porter.
Department store chain Bloomingdale’s is celebrating women with a yoga class for the runners of the annual More/Fitness/Shape Women’s Half Marathon in New York, the largest women’s half marathon in the country.
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