Luxury Daily’s live news from May 28 – Louis Vuitton expands partnership with America’s Cup yachting race; Swarovski auctions art objects to support charitable foundation; Armani highlights anniversary bag with new social video; The Ritz-Carlton expands Asian offerings with new Macau location.
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Today in luxury marketing – The making of a Cannes gown; BMW recalls vehicles with Takata air bags; An online luxury consignment house; Dior Homme’s Kris Van Assche to close independent label.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 27 – Barneys launches iPhone app to reach consumers on-the-go; Michael Kors strengthens menswear leadership with new position; Bergdorf Goodman aids shopping sprees with The Mark partnership; Lamborghini begins production of SUV.
Today in luxury marketing – Kors, Tiffany hit by strong dollar; Gucci China discounts prompt lines as bagmaker clears stock; Aston Martin seeks women drivers, luxury tag; China’s luxury slowdown leaves Tata Motors nursing wounds.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 26: LVMH to acquire LeParisien, Aujourd’hui en France; Fortnum & Mason adds the finishing touches; Bang & Olufsen Australasia acquired by LK Boutique; Nordstrom pairs with TD Bank for store credit cards.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 22 – Fendi sketches Karl Lagerfeld’s career at house with anniversary tome; Michael Kors to open distribution center to met rising demand; Floris London hosts happy hour, tea centered on summer scents; Sotheby’s, eBay to auction “Important Watches” via shared platform.
Today in luxury marketing – Richemont shares dip on disappointing April sales; Louis Vuitton beats the competition; Audi plans to add flagship, electric SUVs to overtake BMW; Why can’t New York Fashion Week find another automotive sponsor?
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 21 – Chopard continues sustainable efforts with ethical gold line; BMW extends Art Basel partnership by sponsoring global artistic journey; Lane Crawford spurs consumer crafting with DIY sessions; The Savoy opens take-away eatery to provide entry point to dining.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury brands eying New York’s Meatpacking District; Kering becomes luxury’s activist; How personal shopping makes people spend; The rise of the $50K rental.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 20 – Carolina Herrera sponsors Frida Kahlo exhibit focusing on botanical works; Brioni honors anniversary with limited-edition pieces; Turnbull & Asser, London College of Fashion reimagine shirts; Net-A-Porter releases single on iTunes.