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Day’s wrap: Wealthy worth $110tn, Jean Paul Gaultier, Burberry, La Perla, Town & Country and Saks

Luxury Daily live news from Jan. 17 – Wealthy to grow 5.7pc this year to 26.6M with combined worth of $110 trillion; Jean Paul Gaultier’s next runway show is his last; Burberry signifies China importance with Shanghai as venue for fall-winter show; La Perla nabs Oscar de la Renta exec Morgan Richardson to grow lingerie business; Saks sponsors Town & Country’s 2020 Jewelry Awards with February cover star Aerin Lauder as cohost.

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Marketing
Have luxury brands learned their lessons about Chinese New Year campaigns?

’Tis the season for luxury brands to court Chinese customers – on tiptoes.

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Luxury Daily will not publish on Monday, Jan. 20

Luxury Daily will not publish on Monday, Jan. 20, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will resume publication on Tuesday, Jan. 21.

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News briefs
Jaguar Land Rover, Van Cleef & Arpels, Vogue Singapore, Net-A-Porter and Netflix

Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 16 – Jaguar Land Rover working on shape-shifting seat to address driving ergonomics; Van Cleef & Arpels showcases high jewelry at Milan exhibition; Vogue, enticed by Singapore’s fashion and luxury demand, to launch local edition; Net-A-Porter goes with Netflix for Next In Fashion contest and $250K grand prize for winning designer.

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Hermès, Balmain, Louis Vuitton and priciest cities – News briefs

Today in luxury – Is this the Birkin bag of lipstick?; Balmain to debut new eyewear with start-up Akoni; The second-biggest diamond in history has a new owner; These are the world’s most expensive cities for luxuries.

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Retail
CES 2020: Key takeaways for retailers

There is a lot coming that will change retailers’ products, operations, customer expectations and experiences.

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Day’s wrap: Jaguar Land Rover, Van Cleef & Arpels, Vogue Singapore, Net-A-Porter and Netflix

Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 16 – Jaguar Land Rover working on shape-shifting seat to address driving ergonomics; Van Cleef & Arpels showcases high jewelry at Milan exhibition; Vogue, enticed by Singapore’s fashion and luxury demand, to launch local edition; Net-A-Porter goes with Netflix for Next In Fashion contest and $250K grand prize for winning designer.

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Automotive
Jaguar Land Rover working on shape-shifting seat to address driving ergonomics

While most automaker talk currently focuses on transition to electric motors or hybrid engine with appealing paint and trim options, few focus on the one area that could use innovation: the seat.

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Jewelry
Van Cleef & Arpels showcases high jewelry at Milan exhibition

Called “Van Cleef & Arpels: Time, Nature, Love,” the exhibition runs through Feb. 23, curated by Alba Cappellieri and with scenography by Johanna Grawunder.

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Media/publishing
Vogue, enticed by Singapore’s fashion and luxury demand, to launch local edition

Published under license by Indochine Media, Vogue Singapore will have a print magazine and Web site supported by a presence across social platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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Retail
Net-A-Porter goes with Netflix for Next In Fashion contest and $250K grand prize for winning designer

The contest has been chronicled in 10 episodes that viewers can binge on when they are made live Jan. 29. The winning designer’s collection will be available next month on Net-A-Porter.

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Retail
What will retail look like in 2030?

NEW YORK – In the coming decade, luxury retail will need to adapt at breakneck speed to keep up with consumers’ expectations.

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Marketing
Elevated moments differentiate luxury experiences

NEW YORK – As luxury goods and experiences become more accessible, elevated moments can help brands foster emotional connections with consumers.

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Retail
Brands need to bridge digital, bricks-and-mortar to reach China’s luxury consumer

NEW YORK – China’s digital ecosystem offers a hint of how the luxury retail environment will evolve in the near future.

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Retail
How luxury retail can become a tech accelerator

Luxury conglomerates such as LVMH and Kering have reconsidered their approach to tech and are now revolutionizing the market.

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News briefs
Harper’s Bazaar, Loewe and Bentley – Live news

Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 15 – Glenda Bailey stepping down as Harper’s Bazaar editor; Loewe taps athlete, activist Megan Rapinoe for fall campaign; Bentley visualizes craftsmanship via drone-captured footage.

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Hong Kong, the rich, Aventura Mall and luxury apartments – News briefs

Today in luxury – Luxury brands use pop-up stores to skirt Hong Kong’s sky-high retail rents amid consumer spending smashed by protests; The 2010s may have been the best it gets for the rich; Dying malls? This one has found a way to thrive; Aiming at wealthy renters, developers build more luxury apartments than they have in decades.

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Whether it is streaming music, listening to the radio, or tuning into new podcasts, consumers are connecting with digital audio at an increasing rate. It is time for advertisers to take note.

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Cannabis: Making a case for luxury to dive in
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Laws are changing. Tastes evolving. Disruptive products, ready to launch. Because of the many uses of cannabis, now is the time for the luxury and lifestyle industries to step in and figure out their cannabis play.

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Amazon: Right fit for luxury goods?
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You have certainly heard of caveat emptor, putting the onus on consumers to garner the knowledge and legitimacy of a sale.

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Inviting opinion pieces on luxury issues, marketing, retail and media
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Luxury Daily is inviting opinion pieces on luxury business, advertising, marketing, media and retail issues that affect marketers as they run multichannel programs for branding as well as customer acquisition, retention and reactivation.

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