Jaguar Land Rover is increasing its presence in China with its first overseas manufacturing facility in the city of Changshu.
Los Angeles real estate brokerage Partners Trust is differentiating its main Web site with a .luxury domain name site to better showcase its luxury properties.
Swiss watchmaker Longines is furthering its relationship with the world of equestrian sports by becoming the official timekeeper and watch of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships.
Beauty maker Lancôme is driving click-throughs on an email effort with multiple charity incentives.
Real estate brokerage firm Douglas Elliman is entering a multi-year partnership with the New York Knicks to brand the courtside section that routinely draws celebrities.
U.S. automaker Tesla is elevating its position in Scotland with a new Supercharger station at the Edinburgh Airport.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 23 – W magazine revisits avant-garde stories in photography book; John Varvatos returns to inspirational roots with Detroit boutique; Bang & Olufsen debuts Bluetooth-enabled speaker for on-the-go listening; Chanel taps Pharrell for upcoming mini-film to debut in The Alps.
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French atelier Chanel has enlisted musician Pharrell Williams to star in its upcoming film directed by Karl Lagerfeld.
Danish audio and video brand Bang & Olufsen is ensuring its products exceed the functionality expectations of affluent consumers with the release of its first Bluetooth speaker.