Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 29 – Veuve Clicquot extends Champagne’s mutlifaceted appeal to sports, games; Tesla dispels electric vehicle myths with “insane mode” video series; Goyard marches through Hong Kong mall to spur interest; Comité Colbert inspires future generation via luxury career days.
Today in luxury marketing – Alibaba in hot water with Chinese regulators; Apple takes top gifting spot in China: report; The Russians aren’t coming, the Russians aren’t coming; Bentley names industry veteran Winkler to head Americas unit.
Paris-based leather goods house Goyard is hosting a parade within Hong Kong’s Pacific Place shopping destination Jan. 29-31.
U.S. electronic automaker Tesla Motors has gone viral with a video depicting the Model S P85D’s “insane mode.”
LVMH-owned Veuve Clicquot is continuing to highlight Champagne’s versatility with a game day prop just in time for the Super Bowl Feb. 1.
Swiss jeweler Chopard is reimagining the Garden of Eden for Valentine’s Day through a stylized gift guide.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 28 – Fendi fetes Madison Avenue store with celebrity charity project; Zegna captures unconventional suiting in street style series; Four Seasons Boston appeals to families with school break package; Lamborghini breaks hiring record for 2014.
Today in luxury marketing – The biggest threat to luxury brands’ rapid growth; Chanel, Met Gala face scheduling conflict; Backlash in China over WeChat’s targeted adverts; Sotheby’s to raise charges for art buyers.
Four Seasons Hotel Boston is looking to prompt bookings from parents planning winter and spring break trips with a new kid-centric room package.
Italian menswear label Ermenegildo Zegna is showing off creative director Stefano Pilati’s dressing concept with a series of portraits taken by street style photographer Tommy Ton.