Luxury Daily’s live news from July 25 – LVMH sells Donna Karan International to G-III in $650M deal; Selfridges gives fashion department a makeover in Designer Studio; Abercrombie & Kent gets capital boost from Chinese investment firm; Fortnum & Mason encapsulates culinary heritage in print.
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Today in luxury marketing – Bottom line: Brands chase China’s high-end lingerie market; What’s driving the goldrush for Korean beauty brands?; Redefining luxury: When it comes to cars, it’s all about the “experience”; Gloss comes off Dubai as oil woes spill into expat promised land.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 22 – Estée Lauder hires from within as Tom Ford Beauty accelerates; Christian Louboutin adds touch of glamour to Cuban olympians’ attire; Robb Report brings best of the best to Australia in regional debut; Belstaff delays IPO to concentrate on UK growth.
Today in luxury marketing – A leather tote that’s luxuriously ripped; How Aquazzura built a business by making sensible shoes sexy; Chanel invests in four French silk companies; Hilton may bring its luxury brands Waldorf Astoria and Curio-A to India.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 21 – Designer movement persists as Peter Copping exits Oscar de la Renta; Tiffany harnesses power of celebrity to celebrate iconic designs; Holt Renfrew appoints Joe Fresh’s Mario Grauso as president; Hermès Group sales rose 7pc in H1 2016.
Today in luxury marketing – Brexit hits pricing more than profits, as uncertainty reigns; Anya Hindmarch talks China, Brexit and Pokémon; Report: LVMH to sell off DKNY; White is the new black for luxury real estate.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 20 – Madison Avenue BID sees retail growth for H1 2016; Porsche Design builds sky garage in $32.5M Miami penthouse; Versace explores male modernity in latest cologne debut; Louis Vuitton rumored to swap out Ghesquière for Loewe’s Anderson.
Today in luxury marketing – Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli flying solo; LVMH vice president Delphine Arnault: “It is hard to reject fashion”; Tesla’s fastest charging stations claim upheld by ad watchdog; Michael Kors’ visit to God’s Love We Deliver.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 19 – Prada sends 27 models into surreal landscapes for fall campaign; Four Seasons Macau gathers newly engaged for wedding planning bootcamp; Bentley looks at the big picture with gigapixel image; Marie Claire UK connects editorial with ecommerce in beauty store.
Today in luxury marketing – Turning around Tiffany; McQueen reacts to student project involving late designer’s DNA; VW emissions cheating ran deep and wide, state alleges; Rio risks empty Olympic legacy as real estate stalls.