Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 4 – Phoebe Philo rumored leaving Céline; British Vogue boasts record-breaking March issue; Floris London expresses personal attachment to scent with customization; Starwood unveils plans for St. Regis mixed-use property in Jakarta.
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Today in luxury marketing – Is Hong Kong still a “cool” place for luxury shopping?; Ralph Lauren shares tumble after company cuts its forecast; Crises spoil Chinese, Russian appetite for luxury London property; Bergdorf Goodman recommits to Gucci with major in-store real estate.
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Quoting comedian Rodney Dangerfield, HENRYs “get no respect” in luxury circles. They are the lower-income, mass-affluents. HENRYs (High Earners Not Rich Yet) have incomes from $100,000 to $249,999, and they number nearly 24 million households, as compared with 3.3 million in the ranks of the ultra-affluents.
Céline is reportedly the latest house to part with its head designer, potentially adding to the game of hypothetical musical chairs happening within the fashion industry as insiders try to determine players’ next moves.
British Vogue’s latest issue is the biggest March edition in the publication’s 100-year history, with 27 more advertising pages than the previous year.
Bespoke perfumery Floris London is enabling consumers to get a fragrance all their own with a personalization initiative.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts is continuing its accelerated growth in Asia with the upcoming opening of a St. Regis property in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Parisian fashion label Kenzo is sharing homemade cake among the residents of California’s Slab City for its spring/summer 2016 collection film.
French beauty label Guerlain is reinterpreting the personality of its La Petite Robe Noire fragrance collection for a new product category.