Luxury Daily’s live news from March 2 – LVMH reopens Chinese-American training program following record results; Who are the most popular luxury CEOs?; Four Seasons Beijing lets guests become citizens; Louis Vuitton prompts wanderlust with latest campaign.
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British wall covering maker Farrow & Ball is showing that its products can make an impact even in the tiniest spaces with a Pinterest project.
Four Seasons Hotel Beijing is looking to offer guests an authentic experience with a package that lets them explore like locals.
French apparel label Louis Vuitton is taking consumers to warmer climes with its latest Spirit of Travel campaign.
Telsa’s Elon Musk’s disruptive ideas have made him the most searched for CEO, according to research from Digital Luxury Group that ranks luxury leaders based on search engine popularity.
Conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is renewing its training program for Chinese-Americans after seeing results in the inaugural class.
Technology manufacturer Apple has unveiled the first advertising effort for its Apple Watch in Vogue magazine’s March edition.
L2’s recent report on the Japanese and South Korean luxury markets emphasized the need for brands to use digital strategies and local platforms to appeal to consumers.
Precision cut-crystal maker Swarovski is helping its new boutique compete with its neighbors on the Las Vegas Strip with a daily branded spectacular.