Today in luxury marketing – The great mall of China; Pringle to show men’s wear in Milan in June; Oligarchs face higher bills as sterling surge hits luxury London properties; UK ceramics industry in battle over heritage.
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Today in luxury marketing – Italian luxury CEO still believes in Russia, China; Why isn’t the Ritz selling?; Miami has designs on luxury; Nordstrom sales climb, but net falls on expansion costs.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 14 – Miu Miu names “Miu Miu personified” as fragrance ambassador; The Dalmore shares notes of DFS-exclusive whisky to drive interest; Guerlain asks for consumer selfies to continue blogger effort; Simon Property Group ups luxury offerings at Las Vegas outlet center.
Today in luxury marketing – Fashion houses hit the road; China still purrs for Ferragamo’s luxury goods; Audi unveils ultralight bicycle with a car’s price tag in Japan; Private jet travel takes off.
Today in luxury marketing – Untapped Africa growth potential attracts luxury goods; This is how BMW became the top selling luxury car company in the US; Britain enters a new “golden” age of luxury home sale; Ian Schrager targets luxury hotels with New York opening.
Today in luxury marketing – Trial airs Marzotto family clash over Valentino; Luxury retailers Loewe and Saint Laurent on the hunt for Australian soil; Putting Africa on the fashion map; Iran Porsche crash sparks police crackdown on Tehran joy riders.
Luxury marketing today – How to fly unaccompanied minors by private jet; Coty climbs back to profit; Indonesian content in luxury cars may be a long shot; Miu Miu ad banned for appearing to sexualize a child.
Luxury Daily’s live news from May 6: Four Seasons dispels rumors with public statement regarding David Goldberg; Saks extends Glam Gardens to bespoke fashion illustrations; IWC protects mechanical watch craftsmanship via wearable tie-in; Chloé captures essence of a “Chloé girl” in latest fragrance ambassadorship.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury lineage: A brief history of the Armani suit; Are New York luxury penthouses worth a big price tag?; How 3D printing is saving the Italian artisan; Tesla to benefit from pent-up demand for its cars, while new battery a bonus.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from May 1 – UK’s ASA clears Tom Ford fragrance ad after claims of indecency; Chanel taps South Korea for annual cruise collection presentation; Ferragamo explores its Florence home through museum exhibit; Bulgari anticipates Expo Milano guests via special hotel offer.