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Day’s wrap: Aston Martin, China and Givenchy

Luxury Daily’s live news: British automaker Aston Martin undertakes first single-home residential design project; China luxury market to grow 20-30pc this year: BCG-Tencent; Givenchy, ready to be edgy, breaks first campaign under new creative director Matthew M. Williams; Special invite to join State of Luxury 2021 survey – respondents get exec summary.

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British automaker Aston Martin undertakes first single-home residential design project

Aston Martin has partnered with an architecture and building development firm in the United States to design its first single-home residential property as the British automaker takes its aesthetic beyond the automotive field.

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China, Bloomingdale’s and Neiman Marcus

Luxury Daily’s live news: How luxury brands are leveraging the power of data in China; Bloomingdale’s launches “Give Pink” effort to end breast cancer, tying virtual events with shopping incentives; US department store chain Neiman Marcus Group emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, eliminating $4B+ in debt.

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Introducing Luxury Women to Watch 2021

Meet the 26 honorees who are set to make a mark next year in the world of luxury: Presenting Luxury Daily’s 2021 Luxury Women to Watch list.

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Jewelry
What does LVMH and Tiffany’s battle mean for the luxury industry?

The tussle between the two companies is just one of a series of abandoned transactions in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, albeit, one of the most high profile.

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Special invite to join State of Luxury 2021 survey – respondents get exec summary

Luxury Daily, Unity Marketing and The Home Trust International invite you to take this quick survey to help us produce the exclusive fifth annual State of Luxury study from an insider’s point of view as luxury undergoes a dramatic shift. Respondents will receive a detailed executive summary.

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Subscribe now: Full access to 90,000+ articles, reports, videos and images

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Day’s wrap: China, Bloomingdale’s and Neiman Marcus

Luxury Daily’s live news: How luxury brands are leveraging the power of data in China; Bloomingdale’s launches “Give Pink” effort to end breast cancer, tying virtual events with shopping incentives; US department store chain Neiman Marcus Group emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, eliminating $4B+ in debt.

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Special invite to join State of Luxury 2021 survey – respondents get exec summary

Luxury Daily, Unity Marketing and The Home Trust International invite you to take this quick survey to help us produce the exclusive fifth annual State of Luxury study from an insider’s point of view as luxury undergoes a dramatic shift. Respondents will receive a detailed executive summary.

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How luxury brands are leveraging the power of data in China

With so many choices at their disposal, consumers have become disloyal, tougher to fool, and better informed, and now their behaviors are changing the fashion system and retail market.

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Retail
Bloomingdale’s launches “Give Pink” effort to end breast cancer, tying virtual events with shopping incentives

U.S. department store chain Bloomingdale’s is continuing to support breast cancer research, treatment, programs and awareness for the 16th year with its annual Pink campaign.

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Retail
US department store chain Neiman Marcus Group emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, eliminating $4B+ in debt

Neiman Marcus Holding Company Inc., formerly known as Neiman Marcus Group Ltd. LLC, has emerged from voluntary Chapter 11 protection after completing its restructuring process and implementing its plan of reorganization.

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Marketing
Affluents in Asia looking to reward themselves post-COVID: Agility

NEW YORK – As the luxury industry looks to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, it will rely on Asian markets beyond mainland China.

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Retail
Pandemic has ushered in Great Awakening for luxury ecommerce

NEW YORK – Luxury brands who were hesitant to dive into ecommerce were caught off guard at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, which has accelerated online shopping to unprecedented levels.

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Special invite to join State of Luxury 2021 survey – respondents get exec summary

Luxury Daily, Unity Marketing and The Home Trust International invite you to take this quick survey to help us produce the exclusive fifth annual State of Luxury study from an insider’s point of view as luxury undergoes a dramatic shift. Respondents will receive a detailed executive summary.

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People and planet must be at the heart of business: Positive Luxury founder

NEW YORK – The value of sustainability in the luxury industry has not been diminished despite the challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

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China vs. US affluents, Watches of Switzerland and Walpole

Luxury Daily’s live news: US versus China: The affluent consumer’s mindset post COVID-19; Watches of Switzerland Group buys Analog Shift as interest in secondary market grows; Walpole looks beyond pandemic to launch sustainability working groups.

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Introducing Luxury Women to Watch 2021

Meet the 26 honorees who are set to make a mark next year in the world of luxury: Presenting Luxury Daily’s 2021 Luxury Women to Watch list.

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Chanel taught me everything I need to know about luxury
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And much of it has nothing to do with the clothes.

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3 digital strategies to improve your luxury brand’s ecommerce performance
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The challenge for luxury brands is finding ways to shift physical store experiences online to save their margins.

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Entering a new era of luxury marketing
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We have ended a long chapter in luxury retail and service, and now we are starting a new one that will define marketing for the next decade.

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Personalization: The key to competing with Amazon Luxury
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While Amazon’s newest marketplace will help struggling luxury retailers approach the ecommerce audience without needing to develop their own interface, this launch has prompted discussion as to whether this latest move from Amazon is a lifeline for the industry or a competitive threat.

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