Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 11 – Nordstrom shares retail footprint for 2019 New York debut; Harrods skips no detail with bridal prep services; Jeremy Scott drives into New York Fashion Week in branded SUVs; Missoni explores its colorful history in London exhibition.
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Today in luxury marketing – Licensing deals driven by omnichannel retailing, changing consumer preferences; How smartphones are killing off the fashion show; Swiss watches are getting more affordable; Tesla makes it official: Reservations for Model 3 start March 31 with $1K down.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Feb. 10 – Harry Winston creates limited-edition timepiece in support of amfAR; Lexus brings TV ad to life in immersive celebrity event; Sotheby’s centers real estate marketing mix on content; Mandarin Oriental gives face time to work on guests’ well-being.
Today in luxury marketing – Super shrink me: The rise of the mini handbag; Documentary “Crazy About Tiffany’s” set to release; Burberry sues JCPenney over alleged knockoffs; Audi, BMW sell fewer luxury cars than Mercedes.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 9 – Céline, Phoebe Philo end exit rumors with internal memo; Marc Jacobs democratizes pricing for accessories line; Opening Ceremony honors Pearl River Mart’s cultural importance via capsule; Karl Lagerfeld takes on the opera in new creative role.
Today in luxury marketing – Fashion week tickets for sale to highest bidder; Inside the first virtual reality fashion shoot; Shiseido wants robots to boost factory’s output by 50pc; Handbag maker Longchamp bucks luxury goods slowdown.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 8 – Yoox Net-A-Porter saw 27.1M average monthly visitors in 2015; Belstaff pops up in SoHo for New York Fashion Week fete; Trump Hotels schedules Washington opening for campaign season; Mr Porter brings menswear styling to BMW collaboration.
Today in luxury marketing – The risks of changing creative directors; Magazine execs mull the future of industry; Submarines and jets may well be the future of cruising; Bentley at work on a sporty SUV.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 5 – Burberry updates fashion calendar to meet global demand; Alessandro Sartori returns to Zegna as artistic director; Land Rover sees 30pc increase in interest for discontinued Defender; Farfetch expands offerings to include beauty, children’s apparel.
Today in luxury marketing – Sale of rare 1957 Ferrari sets collectors’ pulses racing; How the luxury adventure vacation was made; Can China end the illicit “daigou” trade?; Chinese shoppers in South Korea shun luxury for local brands.