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.
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British apparel label Belstaff will hold off on its initial public offering plans.
Lifestyle publication Robb Report is heading down under as it further expands its global footprint.
Online concept store Sporty Henri and French footwear label Christian Louboutin have teamed to dress the Cuban national team for the upcoming Olympic Games in Brazil.
Cosmetics conglomerate Estée Lauder Cos. has named Guillaume Jesel as Tom Ford Beauty’s global brand president.
With new releases launched throughout the year, the fragrance market offers consumers an enormous selection, but there has been little change among the top perfumes.
French swimwear label Eres is dishing out a dose of reality with help from model muse Caroline de Maigret.
Travel is an essential part of life for two-thirds of China’s outbound travelers, according to a report from Hotels.com.
Purchasing fine jewelry online is challenging due to the lack of personalized service, but technology-driven retailers such as Swoonery are using innovative methods to connect clients with relevant pieces.
U.S. electric automaker Tesla Motors has unveiled the second part of its master plan.