Fashion conglomerate Kering has renewed its partnership with HEC Paris School of Management for another five years, allowing the group to help shape and educate the luxury talent of tomorrow.
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Jeweler Tiffany & Co. is tapping the styling talents of former Vogue magazine creative director Grace Coddington.
The advancement of the digital economy and accompanying introduction of new channels into the marketing mix has segmented marketing agencies along two axes, according to a new report from L2.
Register now for Luxury Daily’s Mobile Insights Summit 2016, the nation’s only data-led executive conference discussing how evolving mobile consumer behavior is affecting brands and retailers’ marketing, retail, media and digital efforts. Analyst speakers from Deloitte, Strategy Analytics, GfK, BIA/Kelsey, McCann Truth Central, Shullman Research Center and Boston Retail Partners.
Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre is showcasing the design duality of its Reverso timepiece developed with footwear designer Christian Louboutin.
British leather goods maker Smythson is paying homage to “Strong Women” with an exclusive in-store art exhibition.
NEW YORK – A Moët Hennessy executive at Forrester’s Marketing 2016 Forum affirmed that tapping social influencers is imperative for reaching Champagne brand Chandon’s primary audience of women, underscoring the need for brands to constantly monitor mobile channels for potential advertising partners.
Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is mirroring the boundary-breaking qualities of its NX through an inspirational campaign.
Inspired by the post-commute online shopping surge at 7 p.m., ecommerce platform Lyst is working to generate even more sales with a guerilla subway placement.
Instagram adoption rates are nearing 100 percent, but Snapchat penetration lags behind, as brands remain unsure if the platform is right for them, according to a new report from L2.