Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 30 – Repossi to further distribution with help from LVMH; DFS Group leverages crowdsourcing for holiday philanthropy; Shangri-La evokes Chinese tradition in Shanghai Tang-decorated Christmas tree; Condé Nast culls fashion talent in Asia via educational center.
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Today in luxury marketing – Salvatore Ferragamo honored with post stamp; Riding the Miami wave; Vive la difference! Jean Paul Gaultier reflects on the great French fashion rebels of the 20th century; Bugatti gets more than 100 orders for new Chiron supercar.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Nov. 25 – Zegna celebrates family togetherness with multi-generational gift guide; Fairmont boosts cocktail culture through collective expertise; Gucci prints spur consumer artistic interpretation in Instagram series; Jaguar Land Rover invests $680M to expand UK plant.
Today in luxury marketing – Alexandra Shulman on 100 years of British Vogue and why the magazine isn’t for everyone; Luxury buildings brace for an online shopping deluge; Watches are bad investments—with one notable exception; Big brands don’t mind live Periscope stumbles to reach millennials.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 24 – Cartier proves diamonds are a girl’s best friend via social film; Burberry casts Regent Street consumers in Google-backed film; Royal Copenhagen shares holiday visions in table setting effort; Michael Kors gets wrapped up in wrapping to underscore the season of giving.
Today in luxury marketing – Paris museum to showcase 300 years of fashion; Why Michele’s Gucci will not go on sale; Tiffany profit misses estimates as strong dollar hurt sales; The Plaza penthouse’s asking price just dropped $10M.
Luxury Daily is not publishing on Thursday, Nov. 26 and Friday, Nov. 27 in observance of Thanksgiving. Eat up!
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Nov. 23 – Tod’s acquires Roger Vivier for $440M; Farfetch eases holiday purchases with shoppable window displays; Ferrari moves further toward independence from Fiat Chrysler; Mandarin Oriental taps Mayo Clinic expertise for wellness clinics.
Today in luxury marketing – UK luxury sector targeted over money laundering; Watch brands find growth in the women’s market; Saks Mexico adds 15 luxury shops, plans third store; How to fly free forever: Put $170M on your AmEx.
German automaker Mercedes-Benz is once again the top advertiser in the luxury automotive game, according to advertising consultancy firm Ace Metrix.