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Day’s wrap: Chanel, Cartier, LG Signature and US luxury recovery

October 9, 2020

Louise de Chevigny for Chanel spring/summer 2021. Image credit: Chanel


Luxury Daily’s live news for Oct. 9:

Chanel teases spring/summer collection in relatable photo series
France’s Chanel is sharing some personal black-and-white photographs and videos to promote the fashion label’s ready-to-wear spring/summer 2021 collection.

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Cartier names Condé Nast alumna as first diversity executive
French jeweler Cartier has appointed Condé Nast alumna Erica Lovett as its first head of diversity and inclusion for North America.

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LG Signature enlists masterful golfers for digital effort
Electronics and appliance maker LG Signature is highlighting the importance of dedication and expertise in a digital campaign starring two professional golfers.

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Why the US luxury recovery is not comparable to China’s
Economists love to use letters to describe the shape of an economic slump or that of a recovery. Fortunately for luxury brands, it seems that we are seeing some reassuring recovery, but not all regions are created equal.

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Retailers expanding pickup options, facing staff shortages this holiday season: report
Ahead of the holiday season, retail stores are preparing by ramping up fulfillment options and implementing safety measures, according to a new study by Ultimate Kronos Group (UKG).

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