Articles Tagged ‘News briefs’


Four Seasons, Milan Fashion Week, Academy Awards and Alibaba – News briefs

January 20, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Four Seasons enters “most luxurious” battle in Boston; What to look out for at men’s fashion week in Milan; Oscar nominees’ fashion: What will they wear to the 2015 Academy Awards?; Alibaba in major initiative to court China consumer for US retailers.

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The Plaza, CFDA, Swiss francs and LVMH – News briefs

January 16, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Billionaire pawns Plaza Hotel for bail; CFDA unveils plans for Fashion Calendar; From watchmakers to ski resorts, Swiss firms hammered by franc surge; LVMH and Simoëns part ways.

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Burberry, Gucci, BMW and Lanvin – News briefs

January 15, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Burberry hit by falling sales in Hong Kong; Tom Ford for Gucci?; BMW sounds alarm over tech companies seeking connected car data; Lanvin spring campaign: Celebrating model offspring.

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Maison Margiela, luxury, retail and yachts – News briefs

January 13, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Maison Margiela artisanal couture spring 2015; Can luxury lead us out of inequality?; The definition of luxury retail is being “shattered”; It costs a terrifying amount of money to operate a luxury yacht.

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Yoox, Burberry, Alfred Dunhill and Fragrance Du Bois – Live news

January 12, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 9 – Yoox offers educational path for tech-savvy students; Miami Design District continues to grow via Burberry opening; Alfred Dunhill keeps G. Lorenzi alive with temporary exhibit; Fragrance Du Bois aligns with women’s causes in the Middle East.

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Prada, Saks, Printemps and Chinese auto sales – News briefs

January 9, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Prada moves HQ back to Italy; Saks battles legal suit with former transgender employee; Printemps’ pleasure palaces could teach Metro a retail lesson; Car makers pay to keep Chinese dealers happy as market slows.

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Céline, Mercedes-Benz, LVMH and John Varvatos – News briefs

January 8, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Céline finds its new “cool-girl”: Joan Didion; By the numbers: Mercedes-Benz is latest to leave NJ, moving from Montvale to Atlanta; A new art palace sets sail in Paris; John Varvatos reveals spring 2015 campaign starring Ziggy And Stephen Marley.

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Coach, Zegna, Landmark Mandarin Oriental and Lancôme – Live news

January 7, 2015

Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 6 – Coach purchases Stuart Weitzman to aid in own transformation; Zegna marries sport with tailoring in new Z Zegna line; Landmark Mandarin Oriental tempts with “suites” for anniversary; Lancôme hires Lisa Eldridge to help liberate makeup wearers.

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Christian Louboutin, Jaguar Land Rover, real estate and the luxury market – News briefs

January 7, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Christian Louboutin gets social with #LouboutinWorld; Jaguar Land Rover awaits news of 1,200 cars aboard beached ship; New York apartment prices reach highest since 2008 peak; In with the new.

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Weak currencies, Japan, BMW and Bang & Olufsen – News briefs

January 6, 2015

Today in luxury marketing – Weaker currencies shake up luxury; Luxury isn’t created equal in recession-hit Japan; BMW agrees to subsidies for China dealers; Denmark’s Bang & Olufsen would listen to bid approaches.

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