Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 27 – John Fairchild remembered by fashion industry; Bergdorf Goodman hosts custom tailoring for men; Bentley showcases fashion line at Geneva Motor Show; Harrods uses satire to add humor to social video.
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Today in luxury marketing: Donatella Versace keeps things in proportion; With luxury for all: A term once used to denote exclusivity grows bafflingly common; All change at Gucci; Luxury labels embrace “new normal” as Chinese market shrinks.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 26 – Emilio Pucci, Ladurée bake up summery treats for Milan Fashion Week; Krug invites skiers to chill slopeside with pop-up eatery; Givenchy encourages consumer involvement via layered fragrances; Saks acts as cornerstone of Houston Galleria’s $250M transformation.
Today in luxury marketing – Buyers applaud London’s rich tapestry of talent; Marchionne raises Fiat Chrysler stake as Ferrari spin-off nears; Fendi does couture; Hyper-luxury cars are now selling faster than normal ones.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 25 – Nordstrom relocates Los Angeles store to update shopping experience; Pringle of Scotland raises awareness for London Fashion Weekend with goodie bag; Four Seasons Wailea caters to top guests with new position; Jaguar Land Rover rumored looking for a US plant.
Today in luxury marketing – LVMH vs. Kering: Which player is best positioned for growth?; At Gucci, a messy exit for one designer opens an unlikely door for another; 5M outbound Chinese tourists give Asian retailers happy new year; Hyper-luxury cars are now selling faster than normal ones.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 24 – London Fashion Week hosts charitable fair; Four Seasons entices cold weather guests with contest; Bergdorf Goodman reaches international consumers digitally; Trump family sues to remove name from Taj Mahal casino.
Today in luxury marketing: Pringle of Scotland celebrates 200th anniversary with London exhibition; Consumer confidence slides after big January gain but remains above pre-recession levels; Bugatti sells 450th and last Veyron; As Milan shows near, Italy steps up.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 23 – Burberry teases runway show livestream with cinemagraphs; Dolce & Gabbana refreshes Light Blue for summer; Porsche sparks childrens’ imagination with Playmobil model; Moschino plays off soda pop for spring pop-up at Printemps.
Today in luxury marketing – NYFW shows leave buyers lukewarm; La Perla: Luxury in the making; For Apple, an opportunity to revolutionize the automobile, without ever selling one; Prada shares rise as market takes heart from shop opening slowdown.