Today in luxury marketing – Hudson’s Bay comps up 6.6pc in Q4; Silicon Valley crowned No. 1 luxury home market; Why luxury retailers are betting big on menswear; New York doormen take off gloves, rally for raises.
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Today in luxury marketing – Prada forecasts slowing sales growth as luxury demand ebbs; Neiman Marcus unveils top management roles; A modern match for Audemars Piguet; Is luxury less ethical than it thinks?
Today in luxury marketing – The digital life of Diane von Furstenberg; BMW’s March surge narrows Mercedes’ US luxury sales lead; Ultra-luxury apartment sales drive records in Manhattan real estate; Luxury goods sales in Singapore expected to grow by 6pc this year.
Today in luxury marketing – Kering aims at sustainable python sourcing by 2016; Aston Martin said to hold Daimler talks on luxury SUV; Growth is global – LVMH watch chief; Why some luxury brands still don’t sell online.
Today in luxury marketing – Hugo Boss goes big in Hong Kong; As market shifts, digital agencies restructure; BMW: Spartanburg plant will be company’s biggest in the world; Baselworld 2014: A “chrono” for everyone.
Today in luxury marketing – Versace profits rise 27.6pc; Charity launches L’Wren Scott award; So this is what a $55M watch looks like; Is London’s luxury ground-zero under threat?
Today in luxury marketing – Fashion firms probing alleged data breach; The Alibaba IPO and what it might mean for Western luxury brands; NJ bill would let Tesla sell cars directly, reversing ban; Smart watches? Not at this time, say wary Swiss.
Today in luxury marketing – State prosecutor asks for dismissal of Dolce, Gabbana charges; Wearable technology fashion: Google Glass to receive makeover from Luxottica Group; Watchmakers look to bespoke design to court the super-rich; Sticker shock from the options sheet.
Today in luxury marketing – Agnona taps Alessandra Carra as CEO; Roberto Cavalli for sale?; Ferrari appoints new board members, chairman and CEO stay on; Indonesia’s luxury goods tax to rise to 125pc.
Today in luxury marketing – Arbitration award hurts Tiffany’s Q4; Luxury’s next great hope: YUMMY’s; Luxury brands look to South Korea for China sales boost; Indian luxury car market youngest in world.