Today in luxury marketing – Luxury brands navigate a stagnant market; Tiffany & Co. names Ogilvy global creative agency of record; Moncler profit beats analysts’ estimates on US, Asian growth; Italian entrepreneurs step up stewardship.
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French ski wear label Moncler opted out of the typical runway show again for its Grenoble fall 2014 presentation, choosing to place a 60-piece chorus in lit boxes on stage at the concert hall Hammerstein Ballroom in New York.
Today in luxury marketing – Marc Jacobs is opening a Fashion Week pop-up that accepts tweets as payment; The truth on Jennifer Lawrence for Dior; Raymond Weil dies at 87; Moncler opens first South American store in São Paulo.
Today in luxury marketing – Italian luxury stocks drop on fears of a sector slowdown; Rolls-Royce eyes luxury SUV market; What do the top 3 luxury watches of 2013 have in common?; Karl Lagerfeld designs suites for Hôtel de Crillon in Paris.
Today in luxury marketing – China luxury spending grows at slowest pace since 2000; Moncler shares shoot up 39pc; Can angora production ever be ethical?; A return to unabashed indulgence.
Today in luxury marketing – Moda Operandi raises more funds; Italy’s Moncler prices share sale at top of the range; Chanel’s Native American headdress on runway raises eyebrows; Eighteen charged in New York luxury car theft ring.
Today in luxury marketing: Alexander Wang unveils revamped site; Moncler IPO already covered more than 12 times; New directions for luxury hotel group Relais & Chateaux as it turns 60; Lexus shifts ad methods to help dealers compete.
Today in luxury marketing – Wildest desires; Red Square bids goodbye to Louis Vuitton suitcase; Luxury coat brand Moncler readies $1.1B flotation; Get ready for Karl’s debut London store.
Today in luxury marketing – Moncler gets green light For IPO; Dorchester seeks to add luxury hotels from New York to Asia; Outgoing Hermès CEO to get $5M “non-competition” pay-off; Ferrari 250 LM sells for record $14M in New York.
Neiman Marcus is donating ten percent of proceeds from The Ken Downing Gift Collection to benefit 41 art-based youth charities around the country from Nov. 20 to Dec. 25.