Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 29 – Vertu targets aspirational consumers with concierge contest; Rolls-Royce introduced Ghost Series II to Chinese market; Hermès net profits increase 8.1pc; Brizo hosts Twitter party to spark conversation about alternative fashion; Dior adds to teasers of the new J’adore fragrance.
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French leather goods maker Hermès reported an 8.1 percent increase in first half net profits.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 25 – Versace appears on MTV’s House of Style with Jennifer Lopez; Hermès becomes apparel brand of US equestrian teams; BMW uses social video to introduce new M4 to brand; Breguet brings exhibition to Shanghai to celebrate the brand; Montblanc calls followers to engage in Instagram contest for new men’s fragrance.
Leather goods maker Hermès is partnering with the United States Equestrian Federation as it becomes the official technical riding apparel supplier of the U.S. equestrian teams.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 19 – Hermès gives orange boxes an appetite in video series; Breitling reimagines Colt collection, references Breaking Bad; Jean Paul Gaultier teams up with Lindex for affordable collection; Jaguar displays InControl capabilities in XE model; Anya Hindmarch adds GIFs to extend minimart campaign.
French leather goods maker Hermès is celebrating its iconic orange boxes by observing what they do when the sun goes down.
French leather goods brand Hermès is spreading awareness for its Nantucket watch with a social video that shows time elapsing through dancers.
French apparel and accessories house Hermès is giving consumers an interactive way to browse its tie selection with a new mobile application that aims to provide a respite from work or commutes.
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