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Day’s wrap: Hearst, Moët Hennessy, Bentley, Rimowa, St. Regis and FirstLook

December 16, 2021

Ken Downing joins Hearst to transform its digital capabilities and oversee The Tower. Image courtesy of Hearst Magazines


Luxury Daily’s live news for Dec. 16:

Hearst appoints new chief brand officer to lead ecommerce project
Media conglomerate Hearst has announced the launch of a new integrated ecommerce marketplace, The Tower, which will be carried out by Ken Downing, the newly appointed chief brand officer of Hearst Luxury Collection.

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Moët Hennessy names new Krug president
LVMH’s wine and spirits arm Moët Hennessy has appointed Manuel Reman as president of the group’s Champagne house Krug, effective April 1, 2022.

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Bentley gives back to the community ahead of the holidays
British automaker Bentley Motors is continuing in its mission to help its community and provide the necessary relief to issues exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, such as food poverty and mental health.

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Rimowa reimagines luggage in art project
LVMH-owned German luggage brand Rimowa has teamed up with designers from 10 brands to launch a collection of 27 reimagined versions of its suitcases and bags.

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St. Regis residences coming to Miami
Marriott’s St. Regis Residences is expanding its portfolio in South Florida with a new property in Miami’s Brickell Financial District.

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Announcing digital-only Luxury FirstLook 2022 on Jan. 13: Register now!
Register today for Luxury FirstLook 2022 digital conference on Jan. 13.

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Digitalization, lifestyle changes continue shaping luxury fashion: Euromonitor
After a tumultuous 2020, the luxury and fashion sectors have recovered better than originally expected – but uncertainty remains heading into the new year.

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