Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Sept. 28 – Dolce & Gabbana captures runway from different angle with model selfies; 2.1M Audi vehicles impacted in Volkswagen emissions scandal; Tag Heuer enters Chinese ecommerce on JD.com; Four Seasons lets guests own a golf course for a day.
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Today in luxury marketing – Giorgio Armani to stay independent while designer is still alive; Luxury perfume makers turn to Wal-Mart, Target; Net-A-Porter and Yoox merger nears completion as deed is signed; In Milan, the pastry wars.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 25 – Marni explores brand ethos via Net-A-Porter capsule; Hublot activates its Anitkythera dive involvement in Basel museum; Stella McCartney turns taboo into comforting message for breast cancer survivors; Ferrari opts to not renew dealership lease in Las Vegas.
Today in luxury marketing – More sole than sense: Shoe designer Manolo Blahnik’s 6 steps to success; LVMH and HEC create retail training program; LA confidence; VW taps Mueller as CEO.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 24 – Berluti pays homage to evolution of patina in store windows; De Beers instills women’s self-confidence through portrait series; Which brands had the highest social media engagement during London Fashion Week?; Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey fetes 25 years with ’90s bash.
Today in luxury marketing – Michele Norsa grows Ferragamo via consistency and detail; Vertu credits Apple for luxury technology going mainstream; Hong Kong greets China’s luxury brands; What the billionaires want on their superyachts.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 23 – Dior puckers up for lipstick-focused content on The Cut; Donna Karan pens retrospective tome; Vogue Paris pays homage to industry legends to fete 95th year; John Lobb demonstrates bespoke service during By Request Fair.
Today in luxury marketing – Massimo Giorgetti takes the reins at Pucci; Who’s winning the ecommerce race?; Della Valle rules out selling Italian luxury goods group Tod’s; Where London’s “print” designers went next.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Sept. 22 – J. Mendel sells majority stake to Stallion; Lancôme unites social network for a cause in St. Jude fundraiser; Rolls-Royce draws parallels to rugby history with bespoke Wraith; Moncler eyes entry-level consumers with Marcolin license.
Today in luxury marketing – De Beers pushes gift-giving to halt China’s diamond slowdown; Italy’s Versace may pick US or Asia for listing: CEO; Luxury fashion puts on a brave face about China; Sloane Street steps up regeneration plans with new development.