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Day’s wrap: Four Seasons, Michael Kors, Nordstrom, Moët Hennessy, Bergdorf Goodman and McLaren

Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 22 – Four Seasons adds trip planning to app experience; Michael Kors enlists real-life jet-setters for travel campaign; Nordstrom improves customer metrics, but Q2 sales fall; Moët Hennessy teams with Tmall to build Chinese awareness; Bergdorf Goodman seeks sneaker fans with GOAT partnership; McLaren launches luggage collection for GT fans.

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Four Seasons adds trip planning to app experience

Hospitality group Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is leaning into the growth of experiential travel with a new trip planning itinerary feature available on its mobile application.

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Automotive
Audi shares nostalgic film ahead of Avant arrival

German automaker Audi is announcing the North American arrival of one of its most iconic models through a cinematic campaign about a lifelong passion for the marque.

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Register now: LuxeCX: Customer Experience in Luxury conference New York Sept. 25

Register now for the world’s first luxury customer experience conference: Luxury Daily’s LuxeCX on Wednesday, Sept. 25 in New York. Hear from experts at Apple, Piaget, Forrester Research, InterContinental Hotels’ parent IHG, Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center, Christie’s, South Coast Plaza, UBS, Taj Hotels’ The Pierre, IBM, Pernod Ricard, Magellan Jets, Gaggenau, Altiant, Shanker Inc., Customer Experience Group and the Luxury Institute.

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Retail
Chinese customer is most demanding: DLG event keynoter

NEW YORK – Building an ecommerce ecosystem and infrastructure in China is not easy. Blame the exacting Chinese consumer.

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Luxury Memo special reports
Alternative materials – Luxury Memo special report

Luxury has traditionally been associated with specific naturally derived materials such as leather and diamonds, but technology and changing attitudes are paving the way for manmade alternatives.

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Research
Luxury Daily releases 44-page State of Luxury 2019 report polling industry insiders

This third annual State of Luxury: The Insider View report by Luxury Daily and Unity Marketing surveys 600-plus luxury insiders on their reasons for optimism and caution in 2019. Buy the 44-page exclusive research to arm yourself with invaluable intelligence, or get it free with an annual subscription to Luxury Daily.

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We invite you to subscribe to Luxury Daily and join the ranks of the smartest luxury marketers worldwide. Our subscribers include decision-makers and executives from the world’s leading luxury brands, retailers, agencies, publishers, market researchers, universities and consultancies.

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News briefs
Burberry, Audi, Peninsula, LG Signature and Americana Manhasset – Live news

Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 21 – Burberry takes cues from British culture, climate in fall campaign; Audi to promote e-tron around Emmys; Peninsula Beverly Hills lets guests go off-road in a Rolls-Royce; LG Signature blends art, technology in IFA appearance; Americana Manhasset crosses pond to spotlight fall fashions.

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Hong Kong, Barneys, Bollywood and Toll Brothers – News briefs

Today in luxury – Cartier, Louis Vuitton and other luxury brands could suffer up to a 60pc hit in Hong Kong if protests continue; How Barneys’ chief tech exec envisions the luxury retailer’s rebooting; Luxury brands need better strategies for Bollywood. Here’s why.; Luxury homebuilder’s woes show mounting US slowdown fears.

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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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Day’s wrap: Burberry, Audi, Peninsula, LG Signature and Americana Manhasset

Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 21 – Burberry takes cues from British culture, climate in fall campaign; Audi to promote e-tron around Emmys; Peninsula Beverly Hills lets guests go off-road in a Rolls-Royce; LG Signature blends art, technology in IFA appearance; Americana Manhasset crosses pond to spotlight fall fashions.

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Travel and hospitality
Peninsula Beverly Hills lets guests go off-road in a Rolls-Royce

The Peninsula Beverly Hills is teaming up with British automaker Rolls-Royce on an experience that takes the marque’s first SUV out of the city.

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Americana Manhasset crosses pond to spotlight fall fashions

Long Island-based shopping center Americana Manahasset is journeying across the Atlantic Ocean in a campaign set in southern England.

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Automotive
Audi to promote e-tron around Emmys

German automaker Audi is returning as a sponsor of the Emmys for the ninth year, using the television awards as a platform to spotlight its electric vehicles.

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Apparel and accessories
Burberry takes cues from British culture, climate in fall campaign

British fashion house Burberry is juxtaposing the reserved and the relaxed in an advertising campaign that aims to further its inclusive brand positioning.

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Home furnishings
LG Signature blends art, technology in IFA appearance

Electronics and appliance maker LG Signature is teaming up with architecture firm Studio Fuksas to demonstrate how its products bridge multiple design styles.

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Retail
Service, entertainment – not technology – shaping retail’s future

Retailers need to ensure technology enhances the shopping experience without distracting from human interactions, as today’s consumers still desire quality service over innovative technology.

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Legal and privacy
Facebook empowers users, but limits advertisers with new privacy feature

Social network Facebook is looking to assuage privacy criticisms by being more transparent with consumers about where their data is shared.

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Register now: LuxeCX: Customer Experience in Luxury conference New York Sept. 25

Register now for the world’s first luxury customer experience conference: Luxury Daily’s LuxeCX on Wednesday, Sept. 25 in New York. Hear from experts at Apple, Piaget, Forrester Research, InterContinental Hotels’ parent IHG, Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center, Christie’s, South Coast Plaza, UBS, Taj Hotels’ The Pierre, IBM, Pernod Ricard, Magellan Jets, Gaggenau, Altiant, Shanker Inc., Customer Experience Group and the Luxury Institute.

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