British fashion label Burberry is letting consumers purchase pieces from its runway show immediately after the livestream on Sept. 15 at 8 a.m. EST.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 10 – Michael Kors incorporates Chinese social media into fashion show livestream; Burberry shortens path to purchase with Twitter’s In Tweet Purchases; Oscar de la Renta pushes for future purchases with Spring app tie-in; Douglas Elliman, Knight Frank Residential to jointly market $38B in properties.
British fashion house Burberry is among the first brands to take advantage of Twitter’s latest “In Tweet Purchasing” program.
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French fashion label Jean Paul Gaultier is building its Twitter presence without sending a single tweet.
Luxury brands rallied consumers around inspirational and whimsical social efforts in the second quarter of 2014.
Twitter is providing brands with sharper tools to drive mobile application downloads.
Aston Martin is the latest luxury automaker to show thanks for its growing Facebook community with a contest featuring multiple brand prints by British artist Ian Cook.
Amazon hopes that the amount of product discovery and shopping taking place on Twitter from smartphones and tablets will translate into some sales with the launch of a new partnership that drives traffic to the online giant’s Web and mobile platforms.
Twitter’s new Web site cards will likely help luxury brands boost click-through rates and steer viable consumers to useful content.