Louis Vuitton, Greece, BMW and Michelle Obama – News briefs

Published: December 7, 2016

Today in luxury marketing – Small leather goods stoke Louis Vuitton’s “speedy” recovery; Turkish-Arab investors to spend $322M on luxury Greek resort; BMW says 120 vehicles damaged in South Carolina train derailment; Michelle Obama’s Gucci dress may have a hidden political message.

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Gucci, Abu Issa Holding, handbags and James Galanos – News briefs

Published: November 1, 2016

Today in luxury marketing – Pinault: It’s just the beginning of Alessandro’s Gucci; Qatar’s Abu Issa Holding to enter Iran retail market in 2017; Handbag sellers slashing their lineups as luxury demand wanes; James Galanos, fashion designer for the elite, dies at 92.

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Gucci, Neiman Marcus, Audi and London Fashion Week – News briefs

Published: October 31, 2016

Today in luxury marketing – Marco Bizzarri on Gucci’s remarkable turnaround; Neiman Marcus taps enterprise app vice president as CIO; VW’s Audi warns of currency hit to sales in challenging market; British Fashion Council re-brands London Fashion Weekend, sets new venue for London Fashion Week.

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Versace, Vogue Arabia, The Luxury Collection and Kering Group – Live news

Published: October 26, 2016

Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 25 – Versace’s new book speaks to Donatella Versace’s forward-looking contributions; Vogue Arabia launches online first, indicating changing print landscape; The Luxury Collection restores pre-colonial complex for authentic stays in Singapore; Kering’s confidence continues toward year’s end, led by Gucci and Saint Laurent.

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