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LVMH, Tiffany & Co., London Fashion Week, Cartier and Rebag

Luxury Daily’s live news: Tiffany & Co., LVMH agree to discounted acquisition deal; British Fashion Council sticks with digital, genderless LWF for early 2021; Cartier builds on efforts to preserve biodiversity; Rebag moves into watches, jewelry space as secondhand grows.

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Whitehall Interiors’ Sara Ianniciello: Luxury Woman to Watch 2021

Meet Sara Ianniciello, director of design at Whitehall Interiors, New York. She is on Luxury Daily’s prestigious Luxury Women to Watch 2021 honor roll.

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Day’s wrap: LVMH, Tiffany & Co., London Fashion Week, Cartier and Rebag

Luxury Daily’s live news: Tiffany & Co., LVMH agree to discounted acquisition deal; British Fashion Council sticks with digital, genderless LWF for early 2021; Cartier builds on efforts to preserve biodiversity; Rebag moves into watches, jewelry space as secondhand grows.

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Retail
Rebag moves into watches, jewelry space as secondhand grows

Resale platform Rebag is expanding its offerings, allowing shoppers to buy and sell watches and fine jewelry. Rebag originally launched as a consignment platform for luxury handbags in 2014, and has since moved into the accessories space as well. Secondhand shopping and resale are growing even during the pandemic, as consumers become more invested in […]

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Jewelry
Cartier builds on efforts to preserve biodiversity

French jeweler Cartier is launching a new fund that reinforces the maison’s commitment to protecting biodiversity.

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Apparel and accessories
British Fashion Council sticks with digital, genderless LWF for early 2021

The British Fashion Council announced that the next iteration of London Fashion Week will stay virtual, in light of the evolving coronavirus crisis.

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Jewelry
Tiffany & Co., LVMH agree to discounted acquisition deal

French luxury conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is ready to tie the knot with U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co., after the two companies agreed to change the price of the acquisition.

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Retail
Retailers showcasing comfort, empathy to draw early holiday shoppers

High-end retailers are preparing for a holiday season like no other, as many in the United States remain weary about in-store shopping and consumer confidence dips in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Arts and Entertainment
ArtLife advances online art movement with new mobile app

Online art gallery ArtLife is shaking up its digital business by unveiling a new mobile app which allows users to buy and sell art.

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Fragrance and personal care
How home fragrances became a post-COVID-19 craze in China

While the COVID-19 crisis ignited consumer passion for home improvement, a growing awareness of perfume culture — along with a heightened sense of patriotism — has played a critical role in China’s current home fragrance market.

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Automotive
Drivers lack interest in electric cars and self-driving tech: J.D. Power

From Tesla to Porsche, automakers are pouring resources into developing electric cars and self-driving technology despite drivers’ lack of substantive interest in either, a new J.D. Power study suggests.

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VistaJet, Maurice Lacroix, IYC, Lyst Index and Chinese market trends

Luxury Daily’s live news: VistaJet introduces a new world of travel opportunities; Maurice Lacroix teams up with BMW Berlin Marathon; IYC makes yacht chartering easier and more accessible than ever; Fashion is still in fashion, according to the Lyst index report; Chinese owners bring international brands to double down on the market.

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Saks Fifth Avenue’s Emily Essner: Luxury Woman to Watch 2021

Meet Emily Essner, chief marketing officer of Saks Fifth Avenue, New York. She is on Luxury Daily’s prestigious Luxury Women to Watch 2021 honor roll.

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Day’s wrap: VistaJet, Maurice Lacroix, IYC, Lyst Index and Chinese market trends

Luxury Daily’s live news: VistaJet introduces a new world of travel opportunities; Maurice Lacroix teams up with BMW Berlin Marathon; IYC makes yacht chartering easier and more accessible than ever; Fashion is still in fashion, according to the Lyst index report; Chinese owners bring international brands to double down on the market.

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Travel and hospitality
IYC makes yacht chartering easier and more accessible than ever

International yachting company IYC is highlighting the Bahamas as one of the top destinations to spend the holiday season.

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Apparel and accessories
Chinese owners bring international brands to double down on the market

Chinese-owned global luxury brands are focusing more on Chinese consumers as revenue plummets in Europe and North America.

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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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Defining what is and what is not a luxury brand – and why it matters
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Defining luxury as a concept for measuring and monitoring business is at a tipping point. It has become either a marketing tool – calling anything “luxury” – or a journalistic catchall, especially when reporting on fashion brands.

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In a post-COVID-19 world, every retailer must find its “essential”
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Two new studies, one from IBM projecting retail through year-end and another from UBS looking out to 2025, tell the tale of the best and worst to come.

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Connecting with customers where they are during challenging times
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When the lockdowns began in March, the changes — or lack thereof — in the way brands continued to market to consumers seemingly emerged almost overnight.

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