Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 9 – Givenchy picks Julia Roberts to front spring/summer 2015 campaign; Saks sales up in Q3; Luxury Collection adds first hotel in Japan; British Vogue sees record-breaking 2014.
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Today in luxury marketing – Luxury sector adds 200,000 jobs; Neiman Marcus swings to modest profit; How Russians battle the recession: Buy a Porsche; Apple Stores recruiting fashion/luxury experts ahead of Apple Watch debut.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 8 – Selfridges connects über gifting guide to overall holiday effort; Chanel touts craftsmanship in post-Métiers d’Art video; Dior propels presence in Tokyo with Esprit Dior runway showing; Hublot aligns with art galleries via Miami Design District opening.
Today in luxury marketing – Prada’s Patrizio Bertelli talks market readjustment; Art Basel Miami Beach grows as global attraction, cultural marketplace; Christie’s abrupt CEO exit to prompt auction house review; Lexus ponders drop-top options.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 5 – Mr Porter demonstrates ease of gift-buying; Aston Martin announces new James Bond vehicle; Hermès tells new Rudolph story; Dolce & Gabbana introduces advent calendar this season.
Today in luxury marketing: Cheaper cars will decide the luxury battle between BMW and Mercedes; Prada warns tough times for luxury goods aren’t over; Report: Intel’s wearable push may go upmarket with Tag luxury watches; Feathers and leathers: fashion houses give cycling a luxury makeover.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 4 – Versace chooses Madonna to front spring/summer 2015 campaign; Mulberry sees positive outlook from returning to lower-priced roots; Rolls-Royce welcomes record number of apprentices; Longchamp invites consumers to Paris store opening with live-stream.
Today in luxury marketing – Lanvin retrospective to bow; Is New York going to have its own men’s fashion week?; Bentley creates 300 jobs with Crewe R&D center; How a mansion tax could affect wealthy neighborhoods.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 3 – Fairmont introduces farm-to-cup brews to appeal to coffee lovers; Harrods opens winter shop dedicated to sought-after truffles; Hublot touts craftsmanship by incorporating tobacco leaves into watch dial; Maison Martin Margiela touts jewelry range with dedicated Web site.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxottica signs Intel deal for wearable tech; Ferrari unveils new hybrid prototype for test clients; New York’s One57 sells one condo in quarter as luxury slows; Fashioning a new kind of luxury ecosystem.