Today in luxury marketing – Stores that sell luxury get stingy about energy costs; Bernard Arnault’s business lessons; At Tiffany, something new inside the blue box; Labour to burst luxury London property bubble just as 8,000 swanky pads go on sale.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from Apr. 15 – Frédérique Constant enters spring with social contest; Mandarin Oriental San Francisco to become Loews Regency; Harry Winston invites social media fans to digital bridal unveiling; Michael Kors directs attention to South Korea.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 14 – Wearable ad spend set to increase in light of challenges, opportunities; Ralph Lauren looks to Brazil as global growth accelerant; Fortnum & Mason increases beauty space awareness via newsstand push; Emilio Pucci captures festival season vibe with tie-dye capsule.
Today in luxury marketing – Martin Margiela influences young designers; Skyrocketing sales could hurt luxury car makers; From film to fashion, Dubai bids to be creative capital for Arab world; Karl unimpressed with Zoolander stunt.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 13 – New York Fashion Week gets two new downtown homes; LVMH sees 16pc revenue growth in Q1; Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrates Old Hollywood with photographic exhibit; Four Seasons tests consumers’ brand IQ through social quiz.
Today in luxury marketing – Hermès keeps luxury in the family; Apple expected to quickly ramp up smartwatch production; China limits mainland travel to Hong Kong to cool tensions; Heir to Nina Ricci perfume fortune convicted as result of Swiss HSBC leak.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Apr. 10 – Harrods hosts summer-themed interior and design windows; Anya Hindmarch celebrates weddings this season with online shop; Swarovski polls consumers about brand sustainability; Chanel hosts collection on Net-A-Porter to test ecommerce.
Today in luxury marketing – Apple Watch debuts in London, Paris stores; BMW’s tech chief ready to meet changing consumer demands; The truth about handbags; Donna Karan, Parsons link on Haiti initiative.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 9 – Etro advertises its printed patterns externally via Cabana magazine; Dolce & Gabbana refreshes Dolce fragrance for spring; Kenzo goes on global road trip in branded buses; Aerin Beauty combines love of beauty, art for lipstick box set.
Today in luxury marketing – At Goyard and Valextra, leather goods that are durable, versatile — and invisible; Alber Elbaz taking Lanvin to Dubai; Henrik Fisker, Aston Martin settle suit over Thunderbolt design; London’s empty luxury homes draw election penalty vow.