Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 18 – Condé Nast names Nicholas Coleridge’s replacements; Loewe takes Parisian newsstand placements during Men’s Fashion Week; Burberry’s efficiency plan on track after positive Q3, says Christopher Bailey; Ritz-Carlton plays a round at first Chinese golf resort.
British fashion house Burberry saw retail sales increase by 4 percent for the three-month period ended Dec. 31, 2016.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 17 – Tiffany brings Reed Krakoff on full-time after Francesca Amfitheatrof steps down; Trump pressures BMW with 35pc export tax for Mexican-built models; Luxottica, Essilor’s $49B merger naturally complementary for sector growth; Burberry sees “authentic British attitude” in Iris Law.
British fashion house Burberry has selected up-and-coming model Iris Law as the new face of Burberry Beauty.
Trimming Christmas trees found in retailer and hotel lobbies has become a favorite pastime for luxury brand marketers.
While brands are quick to work with retailers such as Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom, many are sure to stay far away from Amazon with only 25 percent distributing on the online marketplace, according to L2.
Italian fashion label Gucci is Luxury Daily’s 2016 Luxury Marketer of the Year for its revamped advertising image under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele.
Today in luxury marketing – Burberry spurned takeover approaches from bigger US rival Coach; Luxury brands seek a way into Generation Z; Ralph Lauren on dressing Hillary Clinton, growing up in the Bronx and meeting the Queen in Bloomingdale’s; Tesla opens gallery in Michigan mall.
Thanks to the success of the color cosmetics category, a number of luxury brands are beginning to update their beauty retail strategies to include standalone storefronts.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 10 – Burberry honors British craftsmanship via in-store programs; Ralph Lauren upholds confidence in Way Forward plan for Q2; Armani likens lip product’s long-lasting qualities to magnetism; Asprey goes by locomotive to tout product offerings ahead of holiday gifting.