Luxury Daily’s live news from May 21 – Chopard continues sustainable efforts with ethical gold line; BMW extends Art Basel partnership by sponsoring global artistic journey; Lane Crawford spurs consumer crafting with DIY sessions; The Savoy opens take-away eatery to provide entry point to dining.
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Today in luxury marketing – Luxury brands eying New York’s Meatpacking District; Kering becomes luxury’s activist; How personal shopping makes people spend; The rise of the $50K rental.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 20 – Carolina Herrera sponsors Frida Kahlo exhibit focusing on botanical works; Brioni honors anniversary with limited-edition pieces; Turnbull & Asser, London College of Fashion reimagine shirts; Net-A-Porter releases single on iTunes.
Today in luxury marketing – The smell test: Hermès Le Jardin de Monsieur Li; Christian Louboutin releases fall ’15 lookbook images; Alexander McQueen could be featured on Britain’s new £20 note; Burberry cuts guidance, citing currency volatility.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 19 – Estée Lauder cooks up nostalgia using founder’s recipe; Dolce & Gabbana beautifies streets of Milan in branded rickshaw; Schiaparelli explores human form with help from Pascal and Pascaline; Fortnum & Mason encourages feedback on Web site updates.
Today in luxury marketing – Peter Pilotto wins inaugural Swarovski Collective Prize; Aston Martin CEO says Alabama “obvious choice” for US plant; Lee Alexander McQueen’s sister opens up about her ex-husband abusing the late designer; Does fashion need a global council?
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 18 – Dior captures pop-star appeal for full Secret Garden effort; Bergdorf Goodman goes to the dogs for social campaign; Waterford fetes Mad Men finale with drinkware; Four Seasons Seychelles boosts marine conservancy with photo contest.
Today in luxury marketing – The great mall of China; Pringle to show men’s wear in Milan in June; Oligarchs face higher bills as sterling surge hits luxury London properties; UK ceramics industry in battle over heritage.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 15 – Four Seasons Maui looks to September with couples contest; Douglas Elliman melds with client lifestyles through new magazine issue; Prada brings back limited-edition scents for permanent fragrance line; Moynat builds anticipation for store opening with Instagram.
Today in luxury marketing – Italian luxury CEO still believes in Russia, China; Why isn’t the Ritz selling?; Miami has designs on luxury; Nordstrom sales climb, but net falls on expansion costs.