Luxury Daily’s live news: China’s Secoo introduces two-hour delivery service for luxury goods on its ecommerce platform; Maserati readies plans to launch electrified range of vehicles; British Vogue taps model Amber Valletta as contributing sustainability editor; Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet eyes ecommerce lift with Net-A-Porter deal; Luxury Daily will not publish on Monday, Feb. 17.
Chinese online retailer Secoo has debuted its two-hour delivery service in Beijing, thus further collapsing the time between product order and fulfillment in a highly demanding China luxury landscape.
Italy’s Maserati will develop, engineer and built all its models in its home country as it adopts hybrid and battery electric propulsion systems for its cars.
Also an environmental activist, Amber Valletta will lead the editorial agenda on sustainability for British Vogue, pushing for dialogue on key environmental issues within the fashion business.
Swiss watch brand Audemars Piguet has partnered with Richemont’s Net-A-Porter to sell its watches for the first time via a multibrand online-only retailer.
Luxury Daily will not publish on Monday, Feb. 17, in observance of Presidents’ Day. We will resume publication on Tuesday, Feb. 18.
The price premium associated with sustainable products and communications challenges are key deterrents for consumers to buy from marketers with sustainability-oriented practices.
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