Today in luxury marketing – Dior unveils new “house” in Seoul; New York vs. London: Which is the world’s fashion-tech capital?; Fashion is unavoidable at Pitti Uomo; Mercedes’ $230K Maybach defies China’s cooling luxury market.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from June 16 – Neiman Marcus taps FedEx for same day shipping service; Kenzo helps loyalists tell time with branded browser extension; Audi engine development chief leaves amid brand’s electric push; Givenchy films models engaged in childhood games for fall campaign.
Today in luxury marketing – Royal Ascot: Big business for hat designers; Time for new digs for luxury watch maker Breitling; Can stationery brands Smythson, Montblanc and Moleskine write a new fashion chapter?; The impact of Web traffic on the sale of a luxury home.
Today in luxury marketing – Prada shares plunge to 3-year low after profit missed forecast; China’s newest craze: Snapping up vintage luxury; Why it matters that Hillary Clinton wore Ralph Lauren; Who wears a $3K bra?
Luxury Daily’s live news from June 12 – Krug shows its “chippy” side with pop-up food stalls; Michael Kors goes head-to-head with Gigi Hadid in guessing game; B&O Play explores brand synergies at Dover Street Market; Dolce & Gabbana talks with its hands to promote nail lacquer.
Today in luxury marketing – Prada’s Q1 profitability hurt; Fiat Chrysler Automobiles says 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider starts at $65,495; Peter Copping: Welcome to London; Seeing fashion with a sketchpad and markers.
Today in luxury marketing – Mulberry sales show signs of recovery after difficult year; Tiffany CEO: Consumer experience key to growth; London calling in pre-Ramadan rush; Mercedes opens Indian factory to cut costs and boost sales.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury goods face a global reckoning; Why I’m breaking up with the Apple watch; Van Cleef & Arpels offers jewelry classes in New York; Nordstrom signs on for Caruso Affiliated Carlsbad project.
Luxury Daily’s live news from June 5 – Cadillac inks sponsorship deal for New York Fashion Week: Men’s; Dior celebrates iconic New Look in museum exhibit; Wheels Up aligns with Triple Crown contender American Pharoah; Harrods brings milliners in-store to celebrate Royal Ascot.
Today in luxury marketing – Jimmy Choo debuts Illicit; Can the Swiss watchmaker survive the digital age?; Fiat Chrysler delays Ferrari IPO; Baume & Mercier goes back to school to find first-class clients.