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.
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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?
Today in luxury marketing – Fashion industry wants Scotland to stay in the UK; China regulator questions Toyota Lexus division over parts pricing: sources; Saint Laurent, Burberry and Dior deny animal cruelty; Versace helps a restoration.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 15 – Jean Paul Gaultier quits ready-to-wear to focus on couture, beauty; Anya Hindmarch makes edible fashion with Kellogg’s collaboration; Burberry makes fashion show livestream interactive with commerce; Lalique, Ferragamo aim for gifting with wine glass carrier collaboration.
Today in luxury marketing – Hermès to expand in China as other luxury brands pull back; LVMH’s Tag Heuer has plans for smartwatch: paper; Alessandra Bettari named Valextra CEO; Vietnam: Asia’s newest luxury hotspot.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 11 – Hermès celebrates the mystique of horses in fall/winter campaign; Four Seasons Austin introduces biodegradable key cards; Fendi animates vast marble space with menswear; Mandarin Oriental prepares for Dubai debut; Porsche deliveries up 12pc through August.
Today in luxury marketing – Hermès unbridled: Jewelry from a different stable; LVMH explores the layers below luxury; Alibaba is bringing luxury, fast, to China’s middle class; How .Luxury connects luxury brands with consumers.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 10 – Michael Kors incorporates Chinese social media into fashion show livestream; Burberry shortens path to purchase with Twitter’s In Tweet Purchases; Oscar de la Renta pushes for future purchases with Spring app tie-in; Douglas Elliman, Knight Frank Residential to jointly market $38B in properties.
Today in luxury marketing – Fashion stocks decline; Jaguar targets women and younger drivers with its cheapest car; Jimmy Choo IPO could value brand at $1B; Mulberry to appoint designer before new CEO.
Today in luxury marketing – Tom Ford, Christian Dior accessory shops open at Bergdorf Goodman; How Yoox turned the luxury-goods industry onto digital; Twitter tests mobile commerce with ‘buy’ button; Ferrari chairman likely to step down before year-end -sources.