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Purdey, Fred Segal, Regent Street and Printemps – Live news

August 28, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 27 – Purdey emphasizes quality via pre-owned authentication program; Fred Segal pulls up its denim roots in ecommerce debut; Regent Street gets in the sartorial spirit for first Fashion and Design Month; Printemps schools consumers in history of elegance via timeline displays.

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Counterfeits, Tiffany, ethical fashion and emerging markets – News briefs

August 28, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Customs seizes $1M in bogus designer handbags; The Ebola crisis is over, but Tiffany is still paying for it; More luxury giants remake themselves as “ethical” fashion houses; Luxury faces tough quest for next big market.

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Neiman Marcus, National Dog Day, XOJet and Four Seasons – Live news

August 27, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 26 – Neiman Marcus expands visual search to provide instant gratification to consumers; Brands pay homage to man’s best friend with National Dog Day efforts; XOJet exceeds profit expectations through multifaceted marketing; Four Seasons Boston brings back loyal guests with holiday tea event.

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Market turmoil, Versace, Jaguar and London real estate – News briefs

August 27, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Luxury shoppers in London seem unfazed by market free fall; Versace to award management stock as IPO plan remains on track; Jaguar touts F-Pace’s driving dynamics; Emerging market turbulence to hit luxury London property.

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De Beers, Rolls-Royce, Dolce & Gabbana and Spain – Live news

August 26, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 25 – De Beers seeks to spur demand with price reduction; Rolls-Royce creates bespoke model to celebrate Singapore milestone; Dolce & Gabbana shares collections in Printemps windows; Spain’s luxury real estate market sees improvement.

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Dubai, Remy Martin, Toll Brothers and Tesla – News briefs

August 26, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Dubai is getting its own luxury watch week during October 2015; China cognac lover barred after downing $190 bottle in airport row; Toll profit drops as luxury homebuilder hurt by lower prices; Mobility for Tesla? Musk isn’t saying — or is he?

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Fortnum & Mason, Bloomingdale’s, Dior and Richard Mille – Live news

August 25, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 24 – Fortnum & Mason manicures consumers’ nails in eau de nil lacquer; Bloomingdale’s “serves” up sweets with Sugarpova pop-up; Dior goes under the white-hot desert sun for Sauvage launch; Richard Mille’s new timepiece explores the risqué side of horology.

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Karl Lagerfeld, Style.com, fashion education and Daimler – News briefs

August 25, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Karl Lagerfeld pokes fun at Greek debt crisis; The new Style.com won’t launch until early 2016; Is fashion education selling a false dream?; Daimler “still confident” in China outlook after market plunge.

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Berluti, Roche Bobois, Opulent Jewelers and Mandarin Oriental – Live news

August 24, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 21 – Berluti streamlines the production process with new Italian facility; Roche Bobois shows off design sensibility with first Hampton horse show sponsorship; Opulent Jewelers helps Ashley Madison hacking victims rebuild their marriages; Mandarin Oriental teams with Harrods for the holidays.

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Brazil, Marc Jacobs, Jaguar Land Rover and New York real estate – News briefs

August 24, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – A shrinking market: Is this Brazil’s “new normal?”; Who is Marc Jacobs?; Tata Motors says had 5,800 Jaguar Land Rover cars at China port hit by blasts; Guaranteed NYC parking is yours for just $1M.

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