Today in luxury marketing – Condé Nast rumored to consider cost cutting, publisher changes; It’s time to end beauty as usual; Parade’s end: Social media is reshaping the fashion show and set design is key to its future; The new Cartier mansion has the most elegant stationery.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 11 – DVF matches customer donations to combat homelessness; Tag Heuer unveils retail updates in thriving Australian market; Cartier fortifies support of female entrepreneurs with $100K grant; Condé Nast luxury titles resilient, buoyant in changing print realm.
As it celebrates its tenth anniversary, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has increased the winners’ award by $80,000 to further fund businesses led by women.
Kering-owned Saint Laurent is the fastest growing brand on the resale market, according to online consignment marketplace The RealReal.
British department store Harrods is delighting in the recent refurbishment of its Fine Jewelry Room with help from jewelers on display.
NEW YORK – Senior executives from Cartier, Carolina Herrera and Chanel as well as a former intern at Van Cleef & Arpels stressed the importance of retail internships at a Luxury Education Foundation luncheon panel July 21 titled “From Retail Internships to the C-Suite” and addressed to graduating MBAs from Columbia Business School.
As technology pushes forward, new ways of dazzling consumers online are emerging.
Luxury Daily’s live news from June 23 – Maria Grazia Chirui likely to be Dior’s first female creative director; Cartier shares its drive for success with GQ’s discerning audience; After 1M renovation hours, Queen Mary 2 ready to take transatlantic voyage; Louis Vuitton asked student hackers to upgrade its already efficient supply chain.
Richemont-owned jeweler Cartier is asking readers of Condé Nast’s GQ magazine, “What drives a man?”
French jeweler Cartier is speaking to men who carve out their own paths in life for the launch of its Drive de Cartier timepiece.