Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 19 – Wealth-X acquires Ledbury Research to further global growth; Chanel consumers meet Misia through fragrance email blast; IWC creates visual dialogue with enthusiasts via Instagram; Tom Ford relocates runway show to LA to better serve celebrity clientele.
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Today in luxury marketing – Saks’ Marigay McKee makes case for heading downtown; Galliano to appeal court ruling; Family owners of Ferrari say will not sell stake; Navigating a storm of currency volatility.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 18 – Details appeals to watch enthusiasts with dedicated publication; Dior crafts mysterious note for spring men’s campaign; Hugo Boss diversifies viewpoints for fall runway livestream; Ritz-Carlton creates nighttime cocktail destination in Charlotte.
Today in luxury marketing – Millennials redefine luxury—and the stakes are high; A slippery slope for Switzerland’s Russian skiers; Danger signs for New York’s ultra-luxury apartment market; Rolls-Royce unveils plan to build a super luxury SUV.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 17 – New York Times helps readers “spend well” with personal wealth supplement; Neiman Marcus outfits closet space at St. Regis Washington; Armani celebrates 40th anniversary with strategic handbag release; Michael Kors emphasizes perspective for fall 2015 livestream event.
Today in luxury marketing – Greek impasse drags Europe’s markets down; Kering sees first fruits of Gucci’s revamp later this year; Lagerfeld owners assert: It’s not for sale; It’s Silicon Valley vs. Motor City.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 13 – Chanel opens first beauty concept store in US; Moët Hennessy shows innovation supports first all-solar flight; Oscar de la Renta turns to Instagram for fashion week countdown; Rolls-Royce highlights bespoke capabilities with display car.
Today in luxury marketing – Moda Operandi raises $60M Series E round; Estée Lauder’s growing beauty empire; Can Ferrari really cut it in luxury beyond supercars?; Is Sergio Rossi for sale?
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 12 – Harrods looks to foodies with new window display; Prada presents Iconoclasts for fashion weeks; Rolls-Royce celebrates Art Basel Hong Kong with showroom exhibit; Four Seasons Tokyo offers wedding planning advice via Pinterest.
Today in luxury marketing – Hermès expects sales growth to slow in 2015; China’s changing tastes mean mixed fortunes for luxury brands; Behold the world’s first luxury yacht for women; Hearst CEO boasts of profit gains.