Luxury Daily today – Wayne Meichner named president of retail at Varvatos; Tiffany’s CEO will be succeeded by current president; Louis Vuitton to release fashion photography book; Maserati Ghibli: unashamedly Italian.
Articles Tagged ‘Tiffany’
U.S. apparel brand Michael Kors tapped Tiffany & Co.’s former senior vice president of Asia, Stephane Lafay, to act as president of the region.
Marketers found new ways to interact with consumers online through digital campaigns launched in the first quarter of 2014 that elevated fan participation.
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. tapped Matthew Miele, director of “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s,” for a documentary chronicling its history to be released in 2015.
Today in luxury marketing – Swatch and Tiffany ease concerns for luxury goods sector; Prada denies reports of Italian tax probe; European stocks rise, but weak US data caps gains; Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso reboot.
As brands and retailers continue to lean toward digital-only initiatives to share merchandise with consumers, the role of direct mail catalogs has changed but is not dwindling.
Today in luxury marketing – Kering names Bottega Veneta’s Bellettini as Saint Laurent CEO; Former Tiffany executive arrested for theft; Michèle Huiban promoted to CEO at Lanvin; BMW trims Mercedes’s luxury lead as 3 Series demand soars.
Today in luxury marketing – Tiffany tops expectations; Prada vs. the UN; Ralph Lauren report to address shareholder issue; China to cut duties on Swiss watches.
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. pushed its ‘20s-inspired jewelry lines through advertisements on The New York Times’ desktop and mobile sites on the day that Baz Luhrmann’ “The Great Gatsby” hit theaters.
Today in luxury marketing – Tiffany vs. Costco: Which diamond ring is better?; Barneys CEO Lee takes anti-Penney approach to turnaround; Neiman Marcus explores options; LVMH appoints new TAG Heuer CEO.