Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 1 – LVMH hires from Apple to boost digital potential; Givenchy opens upcoming runway show to the public via ticket giveaway; Land Rover aims to make equestrian travel safer with see-through trailer; Elie Saab inks deal with Safilo for first eyewear collection.
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Today in luxury marketing – Why does India struggle to produce luxury brands?; Kering’s Rossi said to near sale to Italy’s Investindustrial; Luxury firms react to China economic upheaval; Luxury home sales soar as foreigners seek Canadian stability.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 31 – Timothy Oulton hosts dinner party revival to explore brand ethos; Tag Heuer illustrates Swiss, Chinese friendship in glacier concert; Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz offers introspective exposure via photography; Hermès strolls through its history, cane in hand.
Today in luxury marketing – British luxury industry worth $49.5B in 2013; Taking the brand temperature; The battle for the soul of the Hamptons; Are luxury brands feeling the heat from China?
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 28 – Hermès says considering new name for iconic Birkin handbag; Four Seasons remembers Canadian runner with cancer fundraiser; Valentino illuminates collection inspiration in astronomical film; Aston Martin blends style and service in strategic yacht brokerage partnership.
Today in luxury marketing – India embraces luxury as China turns cool; Views from the top with Van Cleef & Arpels CEO Nicolas Bos; Dior Homme appoints Serge Brunschwig as president; Consumer Reports gives new Tesla its highest score ever.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 27 – Purdey emphasizes quality via pre-owned authentication program; Fred Segal pulls up its denim roots in ecommerce debut; Regent Street gets in the sartorial spirit for first Fashion and Design Month; Printemps schools consumers in history of elegance via timeline displays.
Today in luxury marketing – Customs seizes $1M in bogus designer handbags; The Ebola crisis is over, but Tiffany is still paying for it; More luxury giants remake themselves as “ethical” fashion houses; Luxury faces tough quest for next big market.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 26 – Neiman Marcus expands visual search to provide instant gratification to consumers; Brands pay homage to man’s best friend with National Dog Day efforts; XOJet exceeds profit expectations through multifaceted marketing; Four Seasons Boston brings back loyal guests with holiday tea event.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury shoppers in London seem unfazed by market free fall; Versace to award management stock as IPO plan remains on track; Jaguar touts F-Pace’s driving dynamics; Emerging market turbulence to hit luxury London property.