Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 14 – Armani teases beauty line with fashion content; Van Cleef & Arpels reinforces artistic ties with ballet sponsorship; Land Rover looks back to origins to commemorate Defender’s end; Lancôme prepares consumers for their close-ups.
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Today in luxury marketing – Burberry hit by falling sales in Hong Kong; Tom Ford for Gucci?; BMW sounds alarm over tech companies seeking connected car data; Lanvin spring campaign: Celebrating model offspring.
Although the market is changing, there are still a few fundamental truths about the modern luxury consumer, according to a Four Seasons executive at Luxury FirstLook: Strategy 2015.
Today in luxury marketing – The best luxury cars at the Detroit Auto Show: Preview; Maison Martin Margiela changed its name, and no one noticed; Cathy Horyn announces a return to fashion; Vogue on iPhone launches.
Today in luxury marketing – Maison Margiela artisanal couture spring 2015; Can luxury lead us out of inequality?; The definition of luxury retail is being “shattered”; It costs a terrifying amount of money to operate a luxury yacht.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 9 – Yoox offers educational path for tech-savvy students; Miami Design District continues to grow via Burberry opening; Alfred Dunhill keeps G. Lorenzi alive with temporary exhibit; Fragrance Du Bois aligns with women’s causes in the Middle East.
Today in luxury marketing – Paris retail feared at risk after attack; BMW keeps luxury sales crown, beats rivals in December; How stylish male actors have upped the red carpet game; Man up: LCM begins.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 8 – French brands react to Paris tragedy; Saint Laurent Paris makes music with Joni Mitchell; Breguet highlights ladies’ line with Geneva airport exhibit; Canadian real estate sees rise in $1M sales.
Today in luxury marketing – Prada moves HQ back to Italy; Saks battles legal suit with former transgender employee; Printemps’ pleasure palaces could teach Metro a retail lesson; Car makers pay to keep Chinese dealers happy as market slows.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 7 – British Vogue, Harrods host annual fashion event; Rolls-Royce breaks sales record in 2014; Mandarin Oriental presents Chloé package for London Fashion Week; Bang & Olufsen gives consumers personalized music experience.