Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 23 – Michael Kors unveils plans for largest Japanese flagship; Mr Porter includes consumers in movie scenes with GIF generator; Puig acquires Penhaligon’s to further prestige fragrance positioning; Tag Heuer picks It-girl model as latest ambassador.
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Today in luxury marketing – Jimmy Choo revenues boosted by Asia; Costco’s deep discount ticks off a luxury watchmaker; Bentley drives Italian furniture line into the home; $100.4M sale at One57.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 22 – Bally hosts pop-up in Isetan; Fortnum & Mason seeks marmalade makers at charity event; Magellan Jets turns to football fanatics with Super Bowl package; Jenn-Air displays technological advances in research kitchen.
Today in luxury marketing – Russian buyers scarce in the global luxury real estate market; Fendi chief seeks market share growth as luxury demand stalls; China’s premier lays out economic reform plan.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 21 – Fendi to open European ecommerce shop this March; Marc Jacobs personifies personal muses as lipsticks; Gucci names Alessandro Michele as creative director; Patek Philippe ends 175th anniversary with London retrospective.
Today in luxury marketing – Versus Versace and Gucci get new designers: What does it all mean?; From Kardashian to couture: How Balmain got its 21st-century buzz; Audi to sit out Super Bowl for first time in 7 years; Here’s the difference between the Chinese and Japanese luxury booms.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 20 – Jean Paul Gaultier brings couture aesthetic to charity backpack collection; Piaget guarantees red carpet placement with latest ambassador; Fairmont continues China expansion with Wuhan property; Bottega Veneta continues environmental efforts with green atelier.
Today in luxury marketing – Cartier to raise prices in euro zone after Swiss franc soars; What the Fu? Backlash for Burberry over Chinese scarf design; Moschino opens first US boutique in Los Angeles; Audi plans to roll out big SUV to challenge Mercedes GL.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 16 – Shoppers accidentally buy counterfeit products online; Holt Renfrew asks consumers to chew gum for art display; Bally briefcase holds Academy Awards ballots; DVF looks for contestants for second season.
Today in luxury marketing – Four Seasons enters “most luxurious” battle in Boston; What to look out for at men’s fashion week in Milan; Oscar nominees’ fashion: What will they wear to the 2015 Academy Awards?; Alibaba in major initiative to court China consumer for US retailers.