Today in luxury marketing – Euro’s fall tempts American shoppers to Paris; Online store merger prods luxury goods makers toward Internet; Jeremy Langmead to return to Mr Porter; Can neuroscience unlock the luxury mind?
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Today in luxury marketing: Kering says overhauling Gucci is priority this year; Richemont profit slumps as weak Euro triggers accounting losses; Fern Mallis’ fashion icon book celebrated at Saks; European shares depressed by earnings, luxury proves a drag.
Today in luxury marketing – Moschino named guest men’s brand at Pitti Uomo; Luxury consumer market gaining traction in Poland; Aston Martin looks at US factory sites for electric 4×4; China’s no longer the easy bet for foreign automakers.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 17 – Chanel lets consumers choose “the one” via limited-edition N°5 packaging; Dolce & Gabbana ushers in spring with exclusive Japanese capsule collection; Armani updates Milan boutique to celebrate 40th anniversary; Diane von Furstenberg named Icon in The Time 100.
Today in luxury marketing – Nail brands evolve as growth slows; Blackstone secures $600M for Miami luxury mall; Ferragamo CEO: Japan may be “one of best markets” in 2015; Gisele Bündchen may not be off the runway just yet.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 16 – Burberry gives consumers front row seat through Periscope; Nordstrom gives back with gift cards; Starwood boosts global upscale portfolio with new collection; Trends brings “global perspective” to Chinese millennials with branded content.
Today in luxury marketing – Stores that sell luxury get stingy about energy costs; Bernard Arnault’s business lessons; At Tiffany, something new inside the blue box; Labour to burst luxury London property bubble just as 8,000 swanky pads go on sale.
Luxury marketing today – An elephant in a porcelain store: Hermès gives luxury a surreal spin; Burberry revenues gain 10pc in H2; Tesla awaits OK from governor to sell directly in Maryland; Mercedes-Benz brings sports-car performance to its 2016 GLE SUVs.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 14 – Wearable ad spend set to increase in light of challenges, opportunities; Ralph Lauren looks to Brazil as global growth accelerant; Fortnum & Mason increases beauty space awareness via newsstand push; Emilio Pucci captures festival season vibe with tie-dye capsule.
Today in luxury marketing – Martin Margiela influences young designers; Skyrocketing sales could hurt luxury car makers; From film to fashion, Dubai bids to be creative capital for Arab world; Karl unimpressed with Zoolander stunt.