November 28, 2022
Luxury Daily’s live news for Nov. 23:
Alessandro Michele has run Gucci’s creative team since Jan. 21, 2015, transforming the fashion-to-leather goods label into a juggernaut for parent Kering, one of the three largest luxury conglomerates worldwide.
Guillaume Motte will take over as president/CEO of LVMH-owned Sephora starting Jan. 1, ending a period of uncertainty at the world’s leading prestige retailer of beauty and fragrance products.
Sotheby’s International Realty is entering the Central Asian market of Kazakhstan, enticed by the prospect of burgeoning demand for real estate in the energy-rich country.
Aiming to target affluent art collectors, German automaker Porsche will bring “The Art of Dreams” installations to the United States, coupled with “Dream Big,” a sensory experience from Scottish artist Chris Labrooy.
U.S. department store chain Saks debuted its 2022 holiday campaign with a musical performance by British icon Sir Elton John.
Due to resounding criticism, French fashion brand Balenciaga has pulled its latest ad campaign that featured images of children posing with sexually suggestive merchandise and props.
Milanese jeweler Pomellato, to commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women Nov. 25, will release a video featuring a host of entertainers, authors and activists showing their support for female victims of abuse.
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