The Japanese luxury market is witnessing a resurgence of interest by brands as the Chinese and Russian markets face uncertainty.
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Today in luxury marketing – Di Marco’s Gucci a work in progress; Fashionistas and investors start salivating: Paul Poiret is for sale; A bet on Miami signals luxury retail’s urban shift; One percenters drop six figures at Long Island mall.
Today in luxury marketing – Dolce, Gabbana found innocent; Gucci’s luster fades in tough luxury climate; Kering and BASF fall as European shares slip back; Creature comforts, à la carte.
Today in luxury marketing – Kering sales rise 3.3pc in Q3; Qatar fund to pay $616M for stake in Hong Kong retailer; Mercedes-Benz narrows profit gap with German rivals; Burberry to secure 22nd Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Award.
Today in luxury marketing – For the wolf of luxury, a chance to be a lamb; Hong Kong protests to hit luxury sales; John Galliano set to join Maison Martin Margiela; More Gucci family members face tax troubles.
Luxury brands read from scripts, practiced the art of hand puppets and got to know store employees in videos from the third quarter of 2014.
Italian fashion house Gucci has released its first ever beauty campaign to explore the sensual world of its modern consumer.
The fight against counterfeits is a never-ending struggle, exacerbated by the global, online marketplace.
British department store Harrods is boosting the brands featured in its Shoe Heaven with dreamy window displays.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 18 – Porsche Design and BlackBerry create new smartphone; Glashütte Original offers apprenticeships to aspiring watchmakers; MediaJet and Saks offer shopping options mid-flight; Gucci launches cosmetics line at Milan Fashion Week.