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Luxury Daily’s live news from April 18 – Burberry taps fresh talent with spokesmodel Lily James; Nordstrom plans job cuts to promote growth, efficiency; Audi lends support to heroes in Marvel film placement; Stuart Weitzman lets brides express personal style through shoe selection.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 14 – LVMH to facilitate Rihanna-designed beauty line; Burberry digital outperformed in light of slowing H2 growth; Beauty meets beast in BMW, Gigi Hadid digital effort; Loewe Foundation looks to set new standard for future of craft.
Today in luxury marketing – Raf Simons to present at Pitti Uomo; Clock ticking as Swiss watchmakers await market recovery; Balmain’s ready-to-wear revival collection is not for the faint-hearted; Ford begins taking applications to buy “mid-$400Ks” GT supercar.
Today in luxury marketing: Chinese scions’ song: My daddy’s rich and my Lamborghini’s good-looking; Blue diamonds are about to set records at auction; Nixed DKNY Jeans, Marc by Marc lines dented LVMH tallies; Fashion got Michael Kors out into the world. What he saw made him decide to give back.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 8 – Saks to close Dubai department store after 10-year stint; Maserati personalizes purchase process via Chase finance solution; Marc Jacobs casts Screaming Queens for UGC eyewear effort; Prada nets 2015 growth in Japan, as China continues to cool.
Today in luxury marketing: Chaumet and Boucheron join exodus from Biennale des Antiquaires; Why would Yves Saint Laurent erase the Hedi Slimane era?; The grey market; Azzedine Alaïa on fashion’s current turbulence.
Luxury Daily’s live news from April 1: Hedi Slimane departs Saint Laurent Paris; Marc Jacobs sends spring sentiments via Daisy messaging; Luxury brands debut mock products for April Fools’ Day trickery; Barneys connects art, fashion in Karlie Kloss-fronted campaign.
Today in luxury marketing – Marriott to buy Starwood hotels, after Chinese firm quits pursuit; Pop-up stores thrive in a world of failing retailers; In India, luxury goods tango with customers’ age; Pierre Bergé slams designer “Islamic fashion.”
Luxury Daily’s live news from March 30 – Watchmakers to debut latest pieces for US horologists on Madison Avenue; Saint Laurent ignites Le Smoking jacket with Jane Birkin, Cara Delevingne; Eres turns to James Bond fervor for swimwear capsule; Guerlain honors 400 years of Japanese porcelain via Mitsouko bottle.