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Louboutin, Tiffany, Neiman Marcus and Trump – News briefs

November 30, 2012


Today in luxury marketing:

Louboutin expands men's presence
Paris-based Christian Louboutin is opening men’s stores in Los Angeles and London and dual-gender stores in Chicago and São Paulo, Brazil, WWD reports.

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Tiffany lowers forecast as Asia same-store sales fall
Tiffany & Co. lowered its fiscal-year sales and profit forecast for the third straight quarter and reported lower-than-expected revenue and earnings after a drop in same-store sales in its key Asia market, according to Reuters.

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Fashion frenzy at Target + Neiman Marcus holiday pop-up shop
Before the line hits stores nationwide Dec. 1, New Yorkers could score items from the collection Nov. 29 at the retailers’ one-day-only pop-up shop, per ABC News.

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Trump brand expands to South America
With much fanfare, Donald Trump held a press conference Nov. 28 to announce Trump International Realty’s first project in South America: a tower in Punta del Este, a status-conscious resort town off the southeastern coast of Uruguay, Forbes reports.

Click here to read the entire story on Forbes