Although luxury growth in China went from 21 percent in 2012 to 2 percent in 2013, L2′s latest China report asserts that the overall picture is rosier than this plunge suggests.
Articles Tagged ‘Burberry’
Today in luxury marketing – Oscar de la Renta names new CFO; Luxury retailers to rich surge, others struggle; Balenciaga sues Steven Madden, alleging “motorcycle bag” copy; Bailey’s first report card.
British fashion label Burberry saw the largest growth in brand value among luxury brands this past year, according to a new report from Millward Brown.
Today in luxury marketing – Japan may lose its taste for foreign luxury cars; Burberry renews part of Japanese license with Sanyo; Luxury goods market growth to slow in 2014 – Bain; Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center to highlight China for spring 2015 exhibit.
Today in luxury marketing – Fewer rich Russians hit this luxury brand; Christopher Bailey pay packet revealed; Supersize Breitling; Macau urges banks to curb use of UnionPay cards in some casino retailers.
Today in luxury marketing – Christopher Bailey begins new joint role at Burberry; Dressing the man of means; The booming market for selling your luxury timepiece online; You gotta own luxury to feel it.
Today in luxury marketing – Burberry teams with Alibaba’s Tmall.com; Fashion’s luxurious expansion; The app-filled future of luxury is avoiding people; Saks Fifth Avenue to open second Manhattan store at Brookfield Place.
British fashion label Burberry is celebrating the opening of its Shanghai flagship store with an immersive theatrical event.
Today in luxury marketing – Burberry unveils Shanghai flagship; Luxury car market: The key factor in China is a nonstarter in the US; BMW recall 2014: automaker recalls 156,000 luxury cars and SUVs over faulty engine bolts; Next residents of a luxury building: police horses.
Today in luxury marketing – Louis Vuitton drives LVMH’s Q1 sales; Burberry designer CEO shows shift to creatives in luxury; BMW’s big weapon in the luxury sales race: SUVs; Google checks in to the hotel business.