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Alexander Wang, Christie’s, Shangri-La and Audi – Live news

July 7, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from July 6 – Alexander Wang rumored to leave Balenciaga after contract ends; Christie’s blends real estate, art with upcoming Art Southampton sponsorship; Shangri-La targets younger consumers with unique athletic offering; Audi partners with Bang & Olufsen for A4′s advanced audio system.

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Fur, Richemont, Audemars Piguet and Ferrari – News briefs

July 7, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Fur is back in fashion and debate; Richemont CEOs are top-paid Europe executives after VW boss; Audemars Piguet to tap Freida Pinto as ambassador; Ferrari’s value to exceed $11B in IPO, Marchionne says.

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Loewe, Purdey, The Plaza and Net-A-Porter – Live news

July 6, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from July 2 – Loewe aligns aesthetic with Selfridges’ “Strength” in pop-up shop; Purdey updates London workshop to ensure gunsmith quality; The Plaza targets young guests with “flat” Eloise contest; Net-A-Porter adds 24/7 concierge to Hamptons delivery program.

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Moschino, menswear shows, Ferretti and German automakers – News briefs

July 6, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Alessandro Varisco steps down as Moschino CEO; Why are female models appearing in menswear shows?; Slowboat to China: No quick fix for luxury yacht firm Ferretti; German luxury car brands dominate and look to extend their lead.

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Donna Karan, Elie Saab, Four Seasons and Maserati – Live news

July 2, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from July 1 – Donna Karan exits namesake label to prioritize lifestyle business; Elie Saab selects Madison Avenue for first US boutique; Four Seasons celebrates Social Media Day with multiplatform tour; Maserati opens first retail location in Milan.

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Greece, Net-A-Porter, luxury hotels and Jaguar – News briefs

July 2, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – What would a “Grexit” mean for luxury fashion?; Net-A-Porter founder Massenet signals she’s staying put; Want a free stay at a luxury hotel? Build up your Instagram following; Jaguar XJ flagship is distinctive luxury style.

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Bloomingdale’s, Bentley, Peninsula and Roger Vivier – Live news

July 1, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from June 29 – Bloomingdale’s expands US presence with Hawaiian location; Bentley, Breitling collaborate to create jet team-inspired car series; Peninsula Beverly Hills expands offerings with craft beer partnership; Roger Vivier taps new representative to reach younger consumers.

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Luxury legal guide, Amazon, Balmain and shopping – News briefs

July 1, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Baker & McKenzie pens legal guide for luxury and fashion companies; Amazon fashion, playing the long game; Olivier Rousteing puts Balmain men’s wear on the runway; Could this make shopping fun again?

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Penhaligon’s, Givenchy, Christian Louboutin and Vogue – Live news

June 30, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from June 29 – Penhaligon’s expands “Gentlemen” outreach via social photo contest; Givenchy shakes up calendar with NYFW show, possible couture renewal; Christian Louboutin delivers on promise, broadens nude palette; Condé Nast’s Vogue On book series sees two new tomes.

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European markets, Chinese billionaires, automobiles and Balenciaga – News briefs

June 30, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Europe’s markets tumble on Greek woes, US equities fall sharply; China’s fashion business billionaires; London luxury art fair displays high-end wheels to boot; Kate Moss and Lara Stone star in Balenciaga’s fall ads.

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