Italian fashion label Gucci is speaking to the now immediate availability of art with an Instagram series that turns textiles into creative pieces.
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Today in luxury marketing – Paris museum to showcase 300 years of fashion; Why Michele’s Gucci will not go on sale; Tiffany profit misses estimates as strong dollar hurt sales; The Plaza penthouse’s asking price just dropped $10M.
Italian fashion label Gucci is capturing the simultaneously rapid and seemingly never-ending wait for the holidays in its gifting campaign.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 12 – Dolce & Gabbana gathers at the family table for fragrance ads; Rosewood starts discussion series to further enrich guests’ stays; Kenzo “returns” to home market with US ecommerce entrance; Barneys curates dashing gift guide for discerning male clientele.
Gucci’s Alessandro Michele is taking the Italian brand’s cruise show to London.
Mobile devices now account for the majority of traffic to luxury brands’ ecommerce sites, according to a new report by PM Digital.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 28 – Rumors of Chinese purchase drive Starwood stock prices up; Anya Hindmarch makes Middle Eastern retail a priority; Alber Elbaz departs from Lanvin; Gucci’s new motifs retold to show modernity.
Italian fashion label Gucci is asking online talents to repurpose its latest print motifs into artwork.
High sales in Western Europe and Japan led to decent third quarter results for Kering, suggesting strong business from Chinese tourists.
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