Today in luxury marketing – European brands winning battle for space in US stores; Report: Vintage car values are boosted by social media; Luxury defines the next generation of cruise ship; Audi to offer subsidies to China dealers as sales slow.
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Today in luxury marketing – Anya Hindmarch opens first store at Westfield London’s luxury village; Italy’s silkmakers spin a niche to revive dormant industry; Ferrari has 2015 airbag problem: Leather skins glued on wrong; Versus Versace joins LFW line-up.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 16 – Johnnie Walker touts Scottish heritage via limited-edition bottles; Chanel keeps it all in the family with Lily-Rose Depp casting; Penhaligon’s returns to barbershop roots for latest fragrance; Cartier explores Congloese art progression at foundation exhibit.
Today in luxury marketing – Swatch Group’s first-half net slumps 20pc; LVMH to launch Apple Watch rival; Duckie Brown and Michael Kors make the case for American fashion at New York men’s shows; Balmain taps power sisters for fall 2015 campaign.
Today in luxury marketing – The truth behind Macau’s luxury market; Peugeot and LVMH among potential winners from Iran’s opening up; Christian Dior’s Canadian retail push; Lexus ES gets a fresher look for 2016.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 13 – Gemfields explores otherworldliness of rubies in latest film; Greek real estate sees boost due to international interest; Bulgari to explore Roman aesthetic at Dubai hotel property; Armani updates classic women’s wear for the modern female consumer.
Today in luxury marketing – CFDA brands NYFW with new logo; What’s next for Stefano?; China market rout, slowing economy sap demand for luxury cars; Moscow malls open half-empty as retailers struggle, study says.
Today in luxury marketing – Coty agrees to purchase P&G beauty brands for $12.5B; In Greece, Chanel becomes more valuable than cash; Boucheron taps new chief executive officer; Former London slum now a luxury locale.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 8 – Travel + Leisure readers’ survey tracks progression of travelers; Prada reintroduces Infusion perfumes with scent profiles; New York Times ups paid post production via studio growth; Louis Vuitton’s Series 3 continues women’s wear exploration.
Today in luxury marketing – Tamara Mellon versus Jimmy Choo: The battle continues; Yves Saint Laurent’s “Scandal” collection; Fiat bets Maserati can replace Ferrari as prestige profit driver; European stocks rise as Greece submits request for third bailout.