November 17, 2021
Luxury Daily’s live news for Nov. 17:
Versace appoints Cedric Wilmotte as interim CEO
Luxury group Capri Holdings has tapped Cedric Wilmotte as interim chief executive officer for its Italian fashion house Versace, effective Jan. 17, 2022.
Moët Hennessy unveils 2021 gift initiative with celebrity friends
LVMH’s Moët Hennessy is looking to give back this holiday season with a new gift guide and initiative in collaboration with Gabrielle Union, Harry Shum Jr, Christy Turlington Burns and Henry Golding.
Four Seasons invites guests to the mountains with winter experiences
Hospitality group Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts is inviting ski aficionados and winter lovers to select properties in North America as part of its newly unveiled Mountain Collection.
Meta removes certain ad targeting options, expands ad controls
Media group Meta, formerly known as Facebook, has announced it will be removing a number of targeted advertising options and expanding controls in an effort toward privacy and personalization.
1stDibs launches online marketplace with New York City Jewelry Week
Online design marketplace 1stDibs has reunited with New York City Jewelry Week (NYCJW) on a digital storefront, offering visibility and increased exposure to a global audience for the selected participants.
Younger women embrace self-purchasing of fine jewelry: Bulgari
The female-identifying consumer remains the primary target for many luxury apparel and jewelry brands, but these consumers are evolving with new priorities, challenges and opportunities.