Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 18 – Michael Kors dishes to E! about career, influences; Kering joins forces with Condé Nast for Twibbon social initiative; John Varvatos strengthens jewelry category with higher-priced pieces; New York Times takes journalistic approach to new travel programs.
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Today in luxury marketing – Westfield World Trade Center unveils tenant roster; As China’s luxury car wave ebbs, foreign firms seek domestic foothold; Collectors buy $2.3B of art in two weeks in New York; Tiffany investors could be left in the rough.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 17 – Michael Kors aids on-the-go gifting with shoppable Instagram posts; Estée Lauder keeps up with fashion by signing Kendall Jenner; Jaguar Land Rover’s UK workers reject pay offer; LVMH crafts educational events to support people with disabilities.
Today in luxury marketing – The United States of luxury; Gucci needs new ideas, talents to combat brand fatigue; Smythson owner said to mull sale of luxury goods maker; David Cameron: World facing second economic crash.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 14 – Nordstrom sees positive Q3 results; Harrods calls on designers for Christmas windows; Dom Pérignon pops a cork at Beverly Wilshire for holidays; Swarovski tops Rockefeller Christmas Tree with star.
Today in luxury marketing – For some smaller luxury brands, Asia and U.S. Shine; Mandarin Oriental to convert 25 units to luxury condos; Porsche capping 911 styles shows limits to endless choice; Diego Della Valle on Italy, luxury and more.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 13 – Christian Louboutin unveils $675 limited-edition holiday polish; Condé Nast’s Vogue expands reader outreach with Bangkok lounge; Neiman Marcus reworks classic dishes in latest cooking anthology; Ralph Lauren taps Hermès exec for increased watch focus.
Today in luxury marketing – Fiat Chrysler sees $2.81B from Ferrari before spin-off; The house that fashion built; Mercedes revives Maybach name to challenge Rolls-Royce; New York Fashion Week’s new name?
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 12 – Pradasphere travels to Hong Kong; Trump Chicago transforms into seasonal escape; Burberry H1 sales up 14pc; Lexus uses gradual reveal to build anticipation for concept car.
Today in luxury marketing – Tod’s 9-month core profit below forecasts; Patek Philippe watch sets auction record price in Geneva; Mercedes introduces new names for its vehicles to avoid customer confusion; The changing shape of Savile Row.