BMW extends Art Basel partnership by sponsoring global artistic journey

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German automaker BMW is sponsoring creativity with the awarding of its first Art Journey in collaboration with Art Basel Hong Kong, which was given to Hong Kong-based Samson Young.

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What luxury brands retain the most value over time?

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Luxury brands are consistently designing new merchandise, whether a new “It” handbag or jewelry piece, but while the price tag may be high today, it may lose its luster and appeal over time.

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Mobile Research Summit 2015 New York June 18: IDC, Deloitte, Javelin, Euromonitor, BIA/Kelsey, Nielsen, Boston Retail

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Registration is open for the second annual Mobile Research Summit: Data & Insights 2015 on Thursday, June 18 featuring analyst speakers from IDC, Deloitte, Javelin, Euromonitor, BIA/Kelsey, Nielsen and Boston Retail Partners. Must-attend event for retailers, brands, financial services firms, marketers, ad agencies and publishers. Bonus: State of Mobile Commerce 2015-16 special report valued at $995 – free to all registered paid attendees.

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Brands accentuate dedication to form, elegance through ballet-inspired efforts

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Luxury brands such as Alexander McQueen and Boodles are on pointe with initiatives supporting the art of ballet through one-off slippers to full collections.

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Armani sculpts beauty awareness in dedicated #Atribute space

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Italy’s Giorgio Armani is separating brand pillars to increase interest in all its facets during the label’s 40th anniversary.

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Nordstrom simplifies mobile commerce with text message buying

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Department store chain Nordstrom is expanding its mobile commerce capabilities with a new feature that enables shopping via text message.

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Fortnum & Mason expands offerings with in-store spa for consumers

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British department store Fortnum & Mason is creating a tranquil retreat for consumers by opening a holistic spa for relaxation and rejuvenation as an addition to its new second floor beauty department.

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Rolls-Royce taps 12 artists for breast cancer auction

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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is gathering work from 12 top artists to be featured alongside small replicas of the brand’s Ghost model for a exhibit and auction.

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Four Seasons Shanghai brings artist in-house for interactive series

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Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai is inviting guests to visit an on-site workshop hosted by Chinese artist Tang BoJun to get a better grasp of the local culture.

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Jaguar highlights new XE with social video set in Northern Spain

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British automaker Jaguar is taking consumers on a trip to Northern Spain as it displays the new XE’s driving abilities in a series of short social videos.

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Carolina Herrera, Brioni, Turnbull & Asser and Net-A-Porter – Live news

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Luxury Daily’s live news from May 20 – Carolina Herrera sponsors Frida Kahlo exhibit focusing on botanical works; Brioni honors anniversary with limited-edition pieces; Turnbull & Asser, London College of Fashion reimagine shirts; Net-A-Porter releases single on iTunes.

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Hermès, Christian Louboutin, Alexander McQueen and Burberry – News briefs

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Today in luxury marketing – The smell test: Hermès Le Jardin de Monsieur Li; Christian Louboutin releases fall ’15 lookbook images; Alexander McQueen could be featured on Britain’s new £20 note; Burberry cuts guidance, citing currency volatility.

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The app’s role in mobile commerce

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According to an industry report by GSMA Intelligence, the mobile economy generated more than $2.1 trillion of economic activity. That is larger than the economy of 99 percent of the nations on Earth. It is projected to rise to almost $3 trillion by 2020.

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Veuve Clicquot offers game night tips

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LVMH-owned Champagne maker Veuve Clicquot is helping consumers throw summer game nights with the expertise of Southern Living’s editor-at-large Kimberly Schlegel Whitman.

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Net-A-Porter releases single on iTunes

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Online retailer Net-A-Porter is further expanding its digital presence with a a single on iTunes.

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Turnbull & Asser, London College of Fashion reimagine shirts

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British apparel label Turnbull & Asser and London College of Fashion are embracing simple fashion by focusing on the shirt.

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Brioni honors anniversary with limited-edition pieces

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Italian fashion label Brioni is celebrating its seven decades of menswear with 70 limited-edition pieces.

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Carolina Herrera sponsors Frida Kahlo exhibit focusing on botanical works

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Designer Carolina Herrera is honoring the artist who has provided inspirations for fashion by sponsoring the New York Botanical Garden’s Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden & Life exhibit.

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Can China rescue economies of Russia, Brazil?

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As Russia remains marooned in the West and Brazil’s economy enters intensifying turbulence, China is lending a hand, further flexing its diplomatic might.

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Mobile Research Summit 2015 New York June 18: IDC, Deloitte, Javelin, Euromonitor, BIA/Kelsey, Nielsen, Boston Retail

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Registration is open for the second annual Mobile Research Summit: Data & Insights 2015 on Thursday, June 18 featuring analyst speakers from IDC, Deloitte, Javelin, Euromonitor, BIA/Kelsey, Nielsen and Boston Retail Partners. Must-attend event for retailers, brands, financial services firms, marketers, ad agencies and publishers. Bonus: State of Mobile Commerce 2015-16 special report valued at $995 – free to all registered paid attendees.

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Kering encourages environmental accountability with open-source methodology

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French conglomerate Kering is looking to drive awareness and progress within its own organization—and more widely—with the creation of a new methodology that uses financial terminology to measure environmental impact.

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Dior takes consumers behind-the-scenes at Cannes Film Festival

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French fashion house Christian Dior is taking consumers behind-the-scenes at Cannes Film Festival with a video series set in the Dior suite at the Hotel Majestic.

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Tag Heuer live broadcasts tennis match to reach wider audience

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Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is using the latest live-streaming technology to share fun and exciting events with its followers.

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