Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 21 – Richemont said considering Net-A-Porter IPO; Hermès shows personality with handshake tutorial; Toyota recalls 422K Lexus vehicles for fuel leak; Tatler uncovers lifestyles of society personalities with TV documentary.
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Porsche Cars North America has extended its alliance with actor Patrick Dempsey for the 2015 racing season.
Consumers shopping at upscale Los Angeles area malls The Americana at Brand or The Grove won’t have to worry about parking this holiday season.
Toyota Corp. is recalling 422,509 of its Lexus models from 2006-2011 due to a chance of a fuel leak that can raise the risk of fires.
French leather goods maker Hermès is showing off its range of gloves with a social video handshake tutorial.
Swiss luxury group Richemont is looking into a possible initial public offering for online retailer Net-A-Porter as soon as 2015, according to Bloomberg.
Condé Nast lifestyle publication Tatler is giving a television audience a behind-the-scenes look at its inner operations with a three-part television documentary.