Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 16 – Nordstrom expands Canadian presence with Toronto opening; Tod’s goes under the needle to fete remodeled London store; BMW integrates voice control through Alexa connectivity; Christian Louboutin pays homage to Paris in Le Bon Marché pop-up.
German automaker BMW is enabling owners to operate functions of their vehicles from inside their homes by integrating Amazon’s Alexa voice service.
German automaker BMW is augmenting visibility for this year’s Paralympics through a series of sponsorship activations on Snapchat.
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German automaker BMW is urging consumers to skip the wait for an electric vehicle with two new television spots.
Condé Nast’s Tatler is bringing its insider knowledge of the British school system to a live audience with the second edition of Tatler Schools Live.
German automaker BMW is furthering its commitment to a connected future.
German automaker BMW is bringing families together as it showcases its vehicles’ full potential.
British luxury and supercar show Salon Privé is pivoting back toward the public with a test-drive program.