Luxury Daily’s live news from April 29 – Kering invests in education through HEC Paris luxury chair; Tiffany takes advantage of Grace Coddington’s “at large” status; Rolls-Royce outfits Wraith with $46K luggage set; Barneys prompts off-price ecommerce with added return feature.
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Today in luxury marketing – PETA invests in Prada to protest ostrich-skin products; South Korea to issue 4 more downtown Seoul duty-free licenses; Fashion gets its first official airline; Tag Heuer befriends blue-haired DJs to recapture lost youth.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from April 28 – Hermès retail sales rose 8pc in Q1; Lyst inspires post-work shopping therapy with subway placements; Lexus Australia inspires brave decisions with dancer profile; Luxury Aircraft Solutions, Etihad align to create full private travel experience.
Today in luxury marketing – Thieves use 4X4 in ram raid on Paris Chanel store; Valentino logs 9.4pc increase in first-quarter revenues, to realign prices in Asia; BFC unveils global fashion awards, London’s answer to the Met Ball; London luxury hotels in worst year since 2009 on terror risk.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 27 – Fairmont commits to Middle Eastern growth with new properties; Fragrance Du Bois teaches next-generation sustainable perfuming practices; Carolina Herrera honored for 35 years of fashion contributions; Omega starts the clock for 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
Today in luxury marketing – Wonder walls: How Van Cleef & Arpels stays ahead of the curve; Ralph Lauren unveils 2016 Olympic closing ceremony uniforms; Has luxury fashion priced itself into extinction?; François Pinault, luxury goods magnate, to open private museum in Paris.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 26 – Dolce & Gabbana creates bespoke doll for children’s charity; Cunard remodels onboard menus for remastered Queen Mary 2; Moncler serves up vintage video game-inspired activewear; Lexus IS makes debut for global audience through reveal video.
Today in luxury marketing – Cool Asian fashion brands challenge Western labels; Neiman Marcus holds tight to top standing in luxury retailing; How Eastern Germany’s watchmaking capital is beating Switzerland; Driverless cars could save lives, kill businesses.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 25 – Moda Operandi strengthens wedding trunkshow offerings; Bulgari continues children’s cause with new bracelet design; Rolls-Royce London opens dealership doors for craft expose; Dior’s Provençal dream realized in fragrance, restoration project.
Today in luxury marketing – Alber Elbaz removed from Lanvin board; Francesca Bellettini on Saint Laurent in the post-Hedi Slimane era; McQueen denies copying royal wedding dress; Luxury groups should focus their FOMO on Iran.