Today in luxury marketing – Louis Vuitton trailblazer Carcelle dies aged 66; Luxottica CEO Guerra departs after differences with founder; A luxury brand thriving in China; Mercedes faces speed bump in luxury car sales drive in China.
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Louis Vuitton placed shutters in Saks Fifth Avenue’s windows and Harrods opened a pop-up restaurant for Michelin-starred chefs.
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.