Louis Vuitton placed shutters in Saks Fifth Avenue’s windows and Harrods opened a pop-up restaurant for Michelin-starred chefs.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 28 – Louis Vuitton takes over Saks’ windows to boost Nicolas Ghesquière; Ferragamo sales climb 5pc; Rolls-Royce gains spolight in music video; Jaeger-LeCoultre continues far-ranging support of film.
Today in luxury marketing – The art of Louis Vuitton luxury; Inside Hermès: luxury’s secret empire; Retail goes offline to bring luxury alive; Sixt says BMW car-sharing profitable in most communities.
Today in luxury marketing – Five tips to drive ecommerce in China; Vuitton not yet responded to suit by luxury sneaker maker; Ralph Lauren wins counterfeit case in Italy; Europe factors to watch shares set to rally.
Today in luxury marketing – Karlie Kloss is the new face of Chanel’s Coco Noir fragrance; Land Rover recalls 46,515 SUVs in US, Canada for air bag issue; Louis Vuitton to land in Dover Street Market; Upcoming Jaguar XE Sedan: Mostly aluminum for fuel efficiency with luxury.
Today in luxury marketing – Could Tiffany lose its famous blue?; Upending expectations about the hottest handbag brands; Michael Kors aims its retail mojo at men; New models and China sales help BMW top profit forecast.
French apparel and accessories house Louis Vuitton is showing off the zipper details in its fall/winter 2014 collection of shoes in a short video.
Luxury Daily today – Wayne Meichner named president of retail at Varvatos; Tiffany’s CEO will be succeeded by current president; Louis Vuitton to release fashion photography book; Maserati Ghibli: unashamedly Italian.
Today in luxury marketing – Trump Plaza to close, costing Atlantic City 1,000 jobs; Valentino Garavani releasing book with Assouline; Fashion magazines are missing the mark with shoppable content; BMW to recall 1.6 million cars on concerns over Takata air bags.
France’s Louis Vuitton is reinterpreting the house’s codes and visual imagery under the direction of Nicolas Ghesquirère for his first advertisement campaign as creative director.