Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 5 – Burberry updates fashion calendar to meet global demand; Alessandro Sartori returns to Zegna as artistic director; Land Rover sees 30pc increase in interest for discontinued Defender; Farfetch expands offerings to include beauty, children’s apparel.
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Today in luxury marketing – Sale of rare 1957 Ferrari sets collectors’ pulses racing; How the luxury adventure vacation was made; Can China end the illicit “daigou” trade?; Chinese shoppers in South Korea shun luxury for local brands.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 4 – Phoebe Philo rumored leaving Céline; British Vogue boasts record-breaking March issue; Floris London expresses personal attachment to scent with customization; Starwood unveils plans for St. Regis mixed-use property in Jakarta.
Today in luxury marketing – Is Hong Kong still a “cool” place for luxury shopping?; Ralph Lauren shares tumble after company cuts its forecast; Crises spoil Chinese, Russian appetite for luxury London property; Bergdorf Goodman recommits to Gucci with major in-store real estate.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 3 – Stefano Pilati exits Ermenegildo Zegna; Veuve Clicquot transforms Champagne boxes into customizable valentines; Saint Laurent pays homage to California with musical portraiture; Maserati puts all-wheel drive to the test in Aspen driving experiences.
Today in luxury marketing – Swatch full-year profit misses estimates as sales decline; Gucci to show in Westminster Abbey; A bunch of professional photographers are really annoyed Burberry let Brooklyn Beckham shoot its latest fragrance ads; Russia’s crisis produces a paradox: Surging luxury car sales.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 2 – Anya Hindmarch simplifies gifting with bespoke keepsakes; Rolls-Royce sells first Dawn in US at auction for $750K; LVMH confident for year to come after positive 2015; Starwood extends ethical dining options to include cage-free eggs.
Today in luxury marketing – Michael Kors shares soar as holiday quarter tops estimates; Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor settle Humane Society lawsuit; Oil collapse hits fashion markets; A professor tracked email spam selling fake luxury goods to 3 huge Chinese banks.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 1 – Berluti, Brioni latest luxury houses to lose creative directors; DVF inspires individuality, equal opportunity with help from model mogul; Krug pairs vintages with vegetables in limited engagement experience; Belstaff reinforces heritage with move back to Britain.
Today in luxury marketing – Marc Jacobs speaks on “My America” campaign; CFDA, Snapchat, Tumblr team for New York Fashion Week: Men’s; A jet to match my handbag: Bombardier’s craziest demands for luxury private planes; Porsche CEO has no plans to go down self-driving route.