Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 20 – Chanel tells founder’s story through two lenses for Metiers d’Art; Condé Nast, Simon to publish magazine to elevate shopping experience; Moët Hennessy teaches savoir-faire in latest educational venture; Starwood beefs up security measures after malware detection.
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Chanel’s creative director Karl Lagerfeld is once again in the director’s chair for the French fashion house’s latest Metiers d’Art collection film.
Today in luxury marketing – Burberry, Hermès signal US slowdown on heels of Asian slump; Gucci, YSL, others suing Alibaba back down on mediation threat; German luxury brands Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and Mini rule the car-buying process; Chanel sets beauty store in Paris’ Marais District.
Mobile devices now account for the majority of traffic to luxury brands’ ecommerce sites, according to a new report by PM Digital.
Embracing ecommerce, mobile applications and in-store technology is not as daunting as it once was for brands within the luxury sector.
French atelier Chanel has unveiled its first ecommerce Web site for the fashion division in the United States to sell its sunglasses collection.
French atelier Chanel is encouraging superstitious tendencies in the days before Halloween.
Today in luxury marketing – Kiton seeks to build women’s collection; Karl takes cruise to Cuba; Luxottica not “smug” despite record growth; High-tech Lexus LF-FC luxury concept runs on hydrogen, contains a hologram.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 23 – Loro Piana breeds transparency with cashmere production method; Chanel, Tribeca Enterprises lend support to female filmmakers; Hermès shows off curiosities, artisanship in dual exhibits; Dior journeys to ancestral home using 360-degree video.
French fashion house Chanel is extending its relationship with New York-based Tribeca Enterprises, the organizer of the annual Tribeca Film Festival, to support women in film.