Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Jan. 28 – Nordstrom unveils ambitious plans for New York entrance; John Lobb puts foot down in Miami Design District; Four Seasons offers effortless “adulting” during spring break; Fondation Louis Vuitton examines economy, society in Chinese art exhibition.
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Today in luxury marketing – Wertheimer takes reins at Chanel after Chiquet pushed out; Tag Heuer to undercut rivals with cheapest Swiss tourbillon; Jimmy Choo sales step ahead as Asian shoppers snap up shoes; New platform Launchmetrics can help fashion publicists track the “influence’ of front row guests.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 27 – Chanel CEO exits over strategic differences; Tiffany entrusts perfume license to Coty; Harrods spotlights next generation of fashion design in window display; Four Seasons Nevis fires up 25th anniversary celebrations with branded cigars.
Today in luxury marketing – Vuitton to appeal trademark ruling; Why luxury still has its work cut out; After attack in Turkey, concerns about tourism; Luxury car rentals in high demand for Super Bowl 50.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Jan. 26 – P&G sees net sales decrease across categories; Furla sets up home base inside Printemps’ atrium; Balmain extends brand vision to inaugural children’s collection; La Perla hire to blur boundaries as it becomes global lifestyle brand.
Today in luxury marketing – Think Tank: Douglas Hand on the challenge of M&A for namesake brands; Cara Delevingne brought her dog to the Chanel couture show; The rich don’t drive the luxury sector; 2016 will be the year of conversational commerce.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 25 – Harry Winston examines multifaceted founder in Geneva retrospective; Tod’s bands together international influencers to introduce Leo Clamp; St. Regis plans fifth UAE opening for Palm Jumeirah island; Audi pits Q7 against Yeti to show “legendary” capabilities.
Today in luxury marketing – Chanel thieves smash into Brompton Road London store with a car; Bulgari targets Chinese shoppers with mainland boutiques; Berluti livens up its leather — with a little help from a tattoo artist; Luxury watch brands downbeat over outlook.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 22 – LVMH preserves, transmits luxury craftsmanship in new ESSEC chair; Jaguar Land Rover’s annual output increases by 70pc since 2009; Worth New York sees stylistic shift in private shopping model; Yoox gets “dolled up” for Condé Nast children’s charity.
Today in luxury marketing – Alfonso Dolce acquitted of tax charges; Bank of China surrenders records in Gucci case after fines; WWII concentration camp to be turned into a luxury resort in Montenegro; Retail CEOs still optimistic about consumer spending.