Luxury Daily’s live news from March 24 – Harrods extends truffle dining options with standalone eatery; Tod’s draws consumers to boutiques via bespoke options; Elie Saab captures L’Eau Couture fragrance vision in image; BMW “accepted the mission” to reprise role in Mission Impossible film.
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Today in luxury marketing – Versace profits jump 27pc; Ralph Lauren corrals the fashionable herd; Mercedes plant has highest per-hour labor cost in US; VW and BMW pay least; Is Lanvin for sale?
Luxury Daily’s live news from Mar. 23 – Partners Trust expands along coastline in Southern California; Fairmont Royal York prepares for new royal baby with contest; Valentino furthers Zoolander affiliation with Blue Steel looks; Harrods adjusts store hours to accommodate shoppers.
Today in luxury marketing – Puerto Rico’s first luxury mall gets set to open; Here’s the hierarchy of luxury brands around the world; Submerge yourself in the watches of Baselworld 2015; As Marc Jacobs expands, big changes ahead.
Luxury Daily’s live news from March 20 – Pucci welcomes new creative director; Neiman Marcus hosts Burberry personalization event online; Tiffany net sales, earnings up in 2014; Jaguar Land Rover responds to criticism with recall.
Today in luxury marketing – Inside Balmain’s digital revolution; Discount trends, Hong Kong protests slow diamond sales growth: De Beers; Omega sees US as promising watch market amid Chinese slowdown; Bal Harbour Shops 50 years on.
Luxury Daily’s live news from March 19 – Tag Heuer combines synergies with Google, Intel for smartwatch; Condé Nast Entertainment boosts ROI through content partnership; The Ritz-Carlton goes down under with Australian properties; Graffs explores its ethos via $40M transformable timepiece.
Today in luxury marketing – Salvatore Ferragamo punches up counterfeit fight; Luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo to expand in China after earnings rise; Salerooms raise digital stakes in search for growth; Luxury malls bring Gucci within reach of more Chinese.
Luxury Daily’s live news from March 18 – Armani gets consumers involved in UNICEF campaign through beauty line; Lexus appeals to the senses with Milan Design Week display; Fairmont Macdonald gathers local community for unveiling; Tag Heuer evens out global pricing policy.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury price adjustments likely to trail Chanel; Luxury malls ride out changing US shopping habits; There’s something in the way they move; BMW tempers profit-growth forecast as spending remains high.