Retail
Moda Operandi’s app update brings boutique experience to mobile

Online retailer Moda Operandi relaunched its mobile application, debuting a new design meant to make the online process as high-quality as the products being purchased.

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Fragrance and personal care
Estée Lauder streamlines beauty shopping through AR-enhanced browsing

Beauty marketer Estée Lauder is helping consumers visualize its cosmetics on their own faces through a personalized try-on experience.

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Marketing
Luxury descends on Cannes to debut products, host star-studded soirees

Luxury brands of all stripes are descending on the 2017 Cannes International Film Festival to partake in the French city’s fittingly chic atmosphere.

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Automotive
Bentley adapts to evolving behavior, but keeps luxury experience

British automaker Bentley is working to fill its customers’ needs beyond purchasing vehicles with a new innovative piece of technology.

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Food and beverage
Chandon shows off how it actively listens to sparkling wine drinkers

LVMH-owned Chandon is answering the most queried searches from consumers in the United States with a special video series.

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Automotive
Millennials become important asset to the luxury auto market: report

Millennials as a whole are more interested in luxury automobiles compared to past generations, which makes the group vital to these brands as the individuals come of age and enter the car buying market.

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News briefs
Bulgari, Belstaff, Swiss watch exports, Childrensalon, Porsche and LVMH – Live news

Luxury Daily’s live news from May 25 – Bulgari extends Bella Hadid relationship to fragrance pillar; Belstaff debuts Made in Japan sunglass line; Swiss watch export’s April contraction less severe than expected; Childrensalon shortens purchase path to 2-click Instagram process; Porsche produces its 1 millionth 911 model; LVMH whittles down tech finalists from more than 500 submissions.

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News briefs
Neiman Marcus, jewelers, US fashion designers and BFC Fashion Trust – News briefs

Today in luxury marketing – Neiman Marcus: A belle at the ball still waiting; Luxury jewelers lose sparkle for investors; For American fashion, a changing of the guard; British Fashion Council ups its trust support.

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Columns
Apparel: What bricks-and-mortar retailers and ecommerce players can learn from each other

Where bricks-and-mortar stores have typically stood out compared to ecommerce is in the enjoyment of shopping, and taking something home that actually fits.

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Software and technology
LVMH whittles down tech finalists from more than 500 submissions

French luxury goods conglomerate LVMH has named 32 finalists for its inaugural LVMH Innovation Award.

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Automotive
Porsche produces its 1 millionth 911 model

German automaker Porsche is taking viewers from one to 1 million units in celebratory videos dedicated to the 911 model.

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Retail
Childrensalon shortens purchase path to 2-click Instagram process

Online children’s wear retailer Childrensalon is bridging the gap between social discovery and commerce with the introduction of an Instagram shop.

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Jewelry
Swiss watch export’s April contraction less severe than expected

For April 2017, a month with three fewer working days, the Swiss watch industry saw exports reach a figure of 1.5 billion Swiss francs, roughly equivalent to current U.S. exchange rates.

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Apparel and accessories
Belstaff debuts Made in Japan sunglass line

British apparel brand Belstaff is continuing its tradition of quality and innovation with the launch of its first eyewear collection.

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Fragrance and personal care
Bulgari extends Bella Hadid relationship to fragrance pillar

Model Bella Hadid is continuing her reign over luxury brand marketing through a newly inked partnership with Italian jeweler Bulgari.

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Retail
For Gen Z, friends are most important influencers for purchase decisions

NEW YORK – Generation Z is an emerging powerhouse in the retail world and their highly social shopping habits should be a point of attention for brands of any industry.

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Strategy
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Retail
La Rinascente explores its cultural impact in centennial exhibit

Italian department store la Rinascente is marking its 100-year milestone with a look at how its own story is linked with the broader history of Milan.

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