August 18, 2021
Luxury Daily’s live news for Aug. 18:
Dior brings in-depth design exhibit to China
France’s Dior is celebrating more than 70 years of its legacy with a new exhibition in Chengdu, China.
Net-A-Porter expands home offerings, introduces sub-categories
Online retailer Net-A-Porter is helping consumers curate their living oases as they spend more time inside than ever.
Lexus, Salehe Bembury launch new clothing collection
Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is collaborating with designer Salehe Bembury in launching a new clothing collection.
Bentley partners with Speakers for Schools in latest community, youth push
British automaker Bentley Motors is collaborating with social mobility charity Speakers for Schools in a new effort to reach students across the United Kingdom.
Shinola partners with Crate & Barrel for décor collection
Luxury goods retailer Shinola has partnered with home décor retailer Crate & Barrel to launch a new line of furniture and accessories.
Is China’s curb on “excessive income” actually good for luxury?
At a finance meeting on Aug. 17, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for a “reasonable adjustment of excessive incomes” and encouraged wealthy groups and businesses to give more to society.
Nearly 1 in 4 holiday shoppers will skip stores: report
This upcoming holiday shopping season, more U.S. consumers will gravitate towards new preferences and habits popularized during the COVID-19 pandemic.