Today in luxury marketing – The race to control the luxury leather business; Shanghai shoppers: More cracks in the recovery; Tesla in talks with Germany over possible battery factory; Rothschilds tap Chinese thirst with first vintage Champagne.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 16 – Fortnum & Mason brings holiday cheer to Somerset House; Jaguar eyes business professionals via chauffeur fleet; Bal Harbour Shops gathers high-profile friends for philanthropic event; Moncler awarded $448K under China’s new Trademark Law.
Today in luxury marketing – Japan enters recession in Q3; Giambattista Valli: “I’m the only one who decides”; Luxury jet market value seen slipping for first time since 2009; Louis Vuitton stung by China luxury woes.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 13 – Armani takes culinary journey around the world to give taste of brand; Peninsula Academy’s exclusive experiences arrive in Paris; Maserati pairs with Liberty for elevated shopping experience; Fondation Louis Vuitton gathers artists for charity campaign.
Today in luxury marketing – US market a letdown for Europe’s luxury brands; Farfetch tries to reach a little further; With a hush, an American Lexus plant goes to work; The art market: New York bellwether sales.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 12 – Dolce & Gabbana gathers at the family table for fragrance ads; Rosewood starts discussion series to further enrich guests’ stays; Kenzo “returns” to home market with US ecommerce entrance; Barneys curates dashing gift guide for discerning male clientele.
Today in luxury marketing – Burberry, Hermès signal US slowdown on heels of Asian slump; Gucci, YSL, others suing Alibaba back down on mediation threat; German luxury brands Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and Mini rule the car-buying process; Chanel sets beauty store in Paris’ Marais District.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 11 – Dior brings bespoke approach to eyewear with customization platform; Guerlain contributes to Movember via barbering prowess; Four Seasons and Porsche team to provide branded experiences in Atlanta; Palazzo Versace Dubai brings brand’s iconic opulent style to Middle East.
Today in luxury marketing – Alibaba smashes Singles’ Day record, sales hit $14.3B; Yoox Net-A-Porter raises savings estimate amid merger benefits; As luxury brands embrace data, will they use it like a butler or a stalker?; Bloomingdale’s apologizes for ad seen as encouraging date rape.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 10 – Tag Heuer melds analog with digital for smartwatch debut; Mandarin Oriental’s latest venture targets South Floridian growth; Graff enlarges shop-in-shop footprint at Harrods; Style.com advances as ecommerce player, hires fashion director.