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Today in luxury marketing – Why Balmain’s designer loves Zara’s copies; The shoe wars heat up; Car makers in China lack pricing luxury; Kering Foundation supports “Bring Back Our Girls” campaign.
Today in luxury marketing – Dior Couture sales rise 13.4pc in first half; In Japan, used luxury goes mainstream; Audi A7 TDI: good, clean (diesel) luxury; Car makers in China lack pricing luxury.
Today in luxury marketing – CFDA looks to unify, acquires Fashion Calendar; Hamptons home sales rise as buyers find more inventory; Weak German data and fall at LVMH weigh on European shares; Peak Vogue: The September issue will be thinner this year.
Today in luxury marketing – Bentley may add fifth luxury model after SUV hits road in 2016; Martha Stewart and Dom Pérignon are a match made in the Hamptons; Donna Karan to close Manhattan flagship store; Watchmakers and luxury jewelers blur the lines.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury brands are different; Prada at Barneys — Thinking chic; Daimler says has more to do on costs after solid results; Has the Michael Kors bubble burst?
Today in luxury marketing – Japan cautiously re-emerges as land of luxury; Swarovski spins ambitious web across the fashion jewelry market; Russian sanctions could hit luxury watchmaker Swatch; Mexico’s auto industry looks to luxury cars.
Luxury Daily today – Wayne Meichner named president of retail at Varvatos; Tiffany’s CEO will be succeeded by current president; Louis Vuitton to release fashion photography book; Maserati Ghibli: unashamedly Italian.
Today in luxury marketing – Hermès sales hit by weakness in Japan; How Britain’s Prince George is ruling the children’s luxury market; London luxury home values cut by strong pound, tax fears; Maserati to cap global sales at 75,000 vehicles a year.
Today in luxury marketing – Corporate Medicis to the rescue; Fashion’s most exclusive show; 10 years of wristwatch blogging: a story of 21st century luxury media; CFDA/Vogue fashion fund finalists announced.