Today in luxury marketing – Luxury yacht sellers cut prices on multimillion-dollar toys; Vogue China editor: Luxury brands don’t get Chinese consumer; Toyota revives plan to launch luxury brand Lexus in India; Gaby Aghion, founder of Chloé Fashion House, dies at 93.
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Today in luxury marketing – Nielsen: 4 must-know facts about Chinese luxury shoppers; Tag Heuer cuts jobs as demand for luxury watches slows; Nigel Farage drops Ukip plan for ‘wag tax’ on luxury goods; Luxury condos in the Woolworth Building.
Today in luxury marketing – The hunt for next Michael Kors continues; Cartier reduces working hours at watch factory as demand slows; The duo taking Chloé to “another level”; Tesla expands in Hong Kong to tap electric vehicle demand.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 25 – Carolina Herrera president rumored heading to Donna Karan; Dior connects fragrance to fashion in new tome; Veuve Clicquot involves consumers in grape harvest via online diary; Bentley aims to make impressions with GT-3 racing debut in China.
Today in luxury marketing – Cartier launches legal attempt to block Web sites selling counterfeit goods; Alber Elbaz: Keeper of the Lanvin flame; Forget China, this is the next big luxury market; Will a tax on ultra-expensive second homes destroy New York’s real estate market?
Today in luxury marketing – La Perla lingerie elevates brand to a new level of luxury; Custom iPhone 6 models are remade with luxury materials like real wood, gold and diamonds; GM separates Cadillac, moves headquarters to NYC; Estée Lauder taps Agnes Landau.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 22 – Stuart Weitzman updates customization effort for fall with boot option; Lanvin revisits Alber Elbaz window displays with coffeetable tome; Alfred Dunhill strengthens golf ties with side-by-side exhibitions at St Andrews; NetJets employees cause turbulence during labor dispute; Jimmy Choo updates fall/winter ads to reflect inaugural men’s fragrance.
Today in luxury marketing – Lackluster results fuel luxury angst; LVMH dealmakers pair dumplings with Dom Perignon in Asia; Tesla, dealers dispute impact of Massachusetts ruling; Fitch rates Tiffany & Co. “A-”; outlook stable.
Today in luxury marketing – Harrods launches Zaha Hadid’s luxury homeware line; Luxury businesses should brace for “moderate growth”; Driven: 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class defines German luxury sedan elegance; FIFA orders soccer officials return luxury watches gives as World Cup gifts.
Today in luxury marketing – Jimmy Choo to pledge industry-beating growth in expected IPO; Can Apple disrupt the luxury watch industry with a 10K smartwatch?; Silence is the latest trend in luxury resorts; How big is the demand for luxury goods in China?