Today in luxury marketing – Qatar Holding “looking at” Versace investment; Neiman Marcus scales back in China; Saks stock gains on down day for market; Luxury car prices fall in China amid government frugality push.
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Today in luxury marketing – Tiffany vs. Costco: Which diamond ring is better?; Barneys CEO Lee takes anti-Penney approach to turnaround; Neiman Marcus explores options; LVMH appoints new TAG Heuer CEO.
Condé Nast’s Vanity Fair is boosting awareness for its International Best-Dressed Challenge through a banner advertisement on its mobile site.
The May issue of Hearst’s Elle Decor is up 11.6 percent in ad pages with more fashion and luxury marketers in the mix compared to the same time last year.
Today in luxury marketing – Louis Vuitton launching campaign for Alma Bag; Hermès accuses luxury giant LVMH of stealthy takeover bid; Dolce & Gabbana ordered to cough up $440M; Online to offline: Neiman Marcus promotes online retail with Shanghai runway show.
Luxury retailers Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue are pushing their spring merchandise in multiple-page advertisements in the March issue of Condé Nast’s Vogue.
Today in luxury marketing – Saks profit hurt by higher costs; Neiman Marcus profits rise; Audi will boost German output further in March on US demand; Celebrity spawn Zoë Kravitz designs capsule collection for Swarovski.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is incorporating style tips from its Facebook fans into content for its online magazine InSite and an email campaign.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus and Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani are two of the partners in Vanity Fair’s first International Best-Dressed Challenge that lets readers be contenders for a new category on the Condé Nast-owned publication’s 2013 best-dressed List.
Sixty-five percent of visitors to 13 high-end ecommerce sites report using their mobile device in-store to visit the retailer’s Web site, while 39 percent access a competitor’s site, according to a new survey by ForeSee.