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Day’s wrap: Italy lockdown, Rolls-Royce, Galeries Lafayette, Artsy and luxury real estate webinar

October 26, 2020

Palazzo Fendi in Rome special windows. Image courtesy of Fendi Palazzo Fendi in Rome. Image courtesy of Fendi


Luxury Daily’s live news for Oct. 26:

New restrictions go into effect in Italy, as lockdowns, cases surge in Europe
The Italian government is imposing the strictest restrictions since the spring, in an effort to avoid a complete national lockdown as coronavirus cases swell across Europe.

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Rolls-Royce welcomes new apprentices to Goodwood
British automaker Rolls-Royce is welcoming its new apprentices from the Class of 2020, including a record number of candidates for the Sir Ralph Robins Degree Apprenticeship.

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Galeries Lafayette plans to open new flagship store in Guiyang
French department store Galeries Lafayette has announced the opening of a new store in Guiyang, making this the company’s third store in China.

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Artsy expands its ecommerce click-to-buy functionality in Asia
Global art platform Artsy has announced the expansion of its ecommerce channels “Buy Now” and “Make Offer” in Asia.

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Register for free webinar Oct. 30 on ever-changing luxury landscape
Join Concierge Auctions, a leading platform for auctioning high-end properties, Luxury Portfolio International president and Luxury Daily editor in chief Mickey Alam Khan in a free webinar focused on the changing luxury landscape, including the real estate end of the business.

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As pandemic progresses, luxury female buyers are seeking responsibility and transparency
As cultural shifts resulting from the coronavirus pandemic continue to unravel, luxury female consumers are now more interested in digital retailers who can prove social responsibility and deliver purity with transparency.

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