Today in luxury marketing – Tom Ford, Christian Dior accessory shops open at Bergdorf Goodman; How Yoox turned the luxury-goods industry onto digital; Twitter tests mobile commerce with ‘buy’ button; Ferrari chairman likely to step down before year-end -sources.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 5 – Michael Kors’ shares slip as shareholder sells stake; Donna Karan and Ladurée celebrate anniversary with special macaroons; Dom Pérignon teams with designer to celebrate Champagne metamorphosis; Penhaligon’s to be official scent of London Fashion Week; Bloomingdale’s updates Big Brown Bag application.
Today in luxury marketing – Use an app to sell your luxury watch with ease?; Ferragamo chairman rules out selling stake amid bid speculation; New York Fashion Week features a spectrum of spring looks; Mercedes-Benz Sales Rise Despite Weak German Demand.
Luxury Daily’s lives news from Sept. 4 – LVMH repairs relationship with Google to fight online counterfeits; Gucci sends promising musicians to Japan; BMW delves into i8 production with utility in mind; Four Seasons Hong Kong finds inspiration in music; Belstaff adds new women’s wear creative director.
Today in luxury marketing – Kering move weighs heavily on Safilo shares; Luxury brands lead way in hiking spiffs to drive US sales; Lot Watch: Aston Martin DB2/4; Dissecting NYC’s luxury market.
Luxury Daily’s live news update from Sept. 3 – LVMH and Hermès’ feud resolved with share redistribution; Hublot drives boutique traffic with exclusive in-store timepiece range; Savelli to auction 1.62-carat smartphone for AIDS benefit; Neiman Marcus joins retail expansion club with first New York location.
Today in luxury marketing – Bergdorf Goodman’s Betty Halbreich talks new tome; New York Fashion Week guide: Whom and what to know; Vacheron Constantin adds a trio of complications to the Collection Excellence Platine; Land Rover sets base Discovery Sport price at $38,920.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 2 – Kering moves eyewear in-house to get full benefit of business potential; Aston Martin places emphasis on technology with new CEO; Madison Avenue hosts storefront museums for fashion houses; Trump builds interest in Rio property before 2016 Olympics.
Today in luxury marketing – Louis Vuitton trailblazer Carcelle dies aged 66; Luxottica CEO Guerra departs after differences with founder; A luxury brand thriving in China; Mercedes faces speed bump in luxury car sales drive in China.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 29 – Vertu targets aspirational consumers with concierge contest; Rolls-Royce introduced Ghost Series II to Chinese market; Hermès net profits increase 8.1pc; Brizo hosts Twitter party to spark conversation about alternative fashion; Dior adds to teasers of the new J’adore fragrance.