Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 25 – Nordstrom relocates Los Angeles store to update shopping experience; Pringle of Scotland raises awareness for London Fashion Weekend with goodie bag; Four Seasons Wailea caters to top guests with new position; Jaguar Land Rover rumored looking for a US plant.
Articles Tagged ‘Nordstrom’
Department store chain Nordstrom is moving its full-line store at Westside Pavilion in West Los Angeles to Westfield Century City, helping its new home boost its luxury appeal.
While celebrity style is still fresh in consumers’ minds from the 87th Academy Awards, a number of brands are reaching out to their followers with ideas of how to achieve their own red carpet moment.
PALM DESERT, CA – Consumers expect online experiences to echo in-store opportunities, according to panelists at eTail West Feb. 18.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, retailers are reaching out to consumers via digital channels, looking to drive ecommerce gifting purchases.
Beauty is an especially successful ecommerce category with distribution, online reviews and search visibility on retail sites being the most important factors when it comes to giving some brands an edge over others, according to L2’s latest report.
Department store chain Nordstrom is letting consumers interact with its print catalog through a new scanning feature for its iOS application.
As consumers looked to reinvent themselves through New Year’s resolutions, luxury brands placed themselves in the center of their search.
Consumers are posting tons of photos to social media, many featuring brand items, but it has been difficult to monetize these posts.
Today in luxury marketing – US luxury retailers Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom quietly outperform stores for middle class; The other wealth gap: 5 luxe brands outpace online; Mercedes pulls ahead of BMW and Audi in luxury sector; Playing the name game: Jaguar CEO dubs upcoming five-door a sports crossover.