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Lanvin, Patek Philippe, Marriott, Net-A-Porter, Kering, Rally Rd. and Gucci – Live news

Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 22 – Lanvin taps Bruno Sialelli as creative director; Is Patek Philippe headed toward a sale?; Marriott added 29 luxury properties in 2018; Net-A-Porter embraces kids’ clothes with multi-brand collective; Kering, Tesla, L’Oreal named among top sustainable companies; Rally Rd. showcases alternative investments in SoHo showroom; Gucci builds sense of place with personal photography.

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Chanel, Hugo Boss, igloo hotels and real estate – News briefs

Today in luxury – Karl Lagerfeld absent from Chanel couture shows; Hugo Boss shares rise on wholesale, retail acceleration; High in the Alps, igloo hotels offer the epitome of no-frills luxury; Ground rents weigh down high-soaring icons.

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Inviting opinion pieces on luxury issues, marketing, retail and media

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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Jewelry
Italy’s Vicenzaoro jewelry show grapples with changing consumer tastes

Amidst the showcasing of beautifully crafted pieces, storied and new jewelry brands discussed how to future-proof as consumer preferences in jewelry rapidly evolve.

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News briefs
Day’s wrap: Lanvin, Patek Philippe, Marriott, Net-A-Porter, Kering, Rally Rd. and Gucci

Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 22 – Lanvin taps Bruno Sialelli as creative director; Is Patek Philippe headed toward a sale?; Marriott added 29 luxury properties in 2018; Net-A-Porter embraces kids’ clothes with multi-brand collective; Kering, Tesla, L’Oreal named among top sustainable companies; Rally Rd. showcases alternative investments in SoHo showroom; Gucci builds sense of place with personal photography.

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Apparel and accessories
Gucci builds sense of place with personal photography

Italian fashion label Gucci is exploring significant locations for the brand through a series that leans on spontaneous photography.

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Travel and hospitality
Marriott added 29 luxury properties in 2018

Hospitality group Marriott is planning to expand it global portfolio further after reaching a record 478,000 rooms in the pipeline by the end of 2018.

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Marketing
Kering, Tesla, L’Oreal named among top sustainable companies

Conglomerate Kering has been named the second most sustainable company in the world in the Corporate Knights’ Global 100 Index.

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Jewelry
Is Patek Philippe headed toward a sale?

Swiss watchmaker Patek Philippe is the latest independent luxury house to spark sale speculation.

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Retail
Net-A-Porter embraces kids’ clothes with multi-brand collective

Online retailer Net-A-Porter is moving further into children’s wear with the launch of exclusive capsule collections for ages 1 to 12.

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Apparel and accessories
Lanvin taps Bruno Sialelli as creative director

French fashion house Lanvin has filled its vacant creative director role, naming former Loewe designer Bruno Sialelli as the head of its collections.

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Automotive
Rally Rd. showcases alternative investments in SoHo showroom

Investment platform Rally Rd. is embracing an omnichannel strategy with the debut of its first experimental showroom in New York’s SoHo neighborhood.

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Marketing
New affluent culture centers on freedom, self-expression: Team One

NEW YORK – Although a new wave of wealthy consumers has embraced technology to a greater degree than its predecessors, most are pursuing real experiences, freedom and happiness.

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Retail
Cracking the US market requires open mind, localized approach

NEW YORK – The United States holds significant potential for luxury brands due to its wealth and stability, but foreign labels need to be aware of cultural and consumption differences to successfully make an entrance into the market.

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Fragrance and personal care
Miu Miu leans into wordplay for “Miu-vie”-themed ad

Prada’s Miu Miu is taking a dramatic turn for the launch of its latest fragrance by following one of its muses through the filmmaking process.

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Retail
Customer experience metrics must be adaptable

NEW YORK – As more luxury brands are getting up to speed with ecommerce, companies also need to adapt how they value and measure customer experience.

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Blog
Top 5 brand moments from last week

As luxury brands continue to speak more directly to consumers, marketers are adapting traditional formats for digital media.

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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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How Richemont is plotting Yoox Net-A-Porter’s expansion with Alibaba
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While 2018 saw several luxury conglomerates consolidating their empires through brand acquisitions, others such as Yoox Net-A-Porter looked to strategic partnerships.

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Tips for boosting the brand’s content marketing strategy
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It is not just about content creation. Using data is just as important in boosting your content marketing strategies.

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Indian luxury outlook 2019: Ostentation continues amid political uncertainty
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Eleven trends worth monitoring as luxury marketers try to make headway in the world’s largest democracy.

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