Today in luxury marketing – Saks’ Marigay McKee makes case for heading downtown; Galliano to appeal court ruling; Family owners of Ferrari say will not sell stake; Navigating a storm of currency volatility.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 17 – New York Times helps readers “spend well” with personal wealth supplement; Neiman Marcus outfits closet space at St. Regis Washington; Armani celebrates 40th anniversary with strategic handbag release; Michael Kors emphasizes perspective for fall 2015 livestream event.
Today in luxury marketing – Moda Operandi raises $60M Series E round; Estée Lauder’s growing beauty empire; Can Ferrari really cut it in luxury beyond supercars?; Is Sergio Rossi for sale?
Today in luxury marketing – Karl Lagerfeld to launch kids’ wear; Stream of foreign wealth flows to elite New York real estate; Prada needs to focus less on new shops and more on new handbags; Lamborghini concept shows possible move to less extreme looks.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 10 – Michael Kors opens largest store in SoHo; Luxury shoemakers reinterpret Cinderella’s glass slipper; Lexus targets downtown crowd with Made Fashion Week lounge; Bergdorf Goodman, Four Seasons share date night inspiration.
Today in luxury marketing – Chinese luxury spending on the rise; Luxury car demand shines through darkening clouds; Averyl Oates departs Galeries Lafayette; Marzotto family buys 7pc stake in Germany’s Hugo Boss.
Today in luxury marketing – Brands using apps to court their best customers; Michael Kors is getting into wearable tech; For luxury retailers, Chinese women take fashion recess; Daimler’s Q4 profit rises 10pc on higher Mercedes margins.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 5 – Michael Kors sales rise 37pc during holiday quarter; Bulgari asks college designers to reinvent house codes; Mandarin Oriental fetes New York Fashion Week with exclusive access; Luxury retail, automakers boast highest Instagram adoption.
Today in luxury marketing – Hugo Boss sales miss estimates amid slack European luxury demand; Ralph Lauren plans new global brand management structure; Giorgio Armani and GQ magazine partner up for Grammys after party; BMW fixes security flaw in its in-car software.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 3 – Chanel shares its lovers, muses for new lipstick line; LVMH posts organic revenue increase of 5pc for 2014; Saint Laurent deconstructs the rose for 2015 limited-edition fragrance; Jean Paul Gaultier unveils Swarovski jewelry line at Paris Couture Week.