Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 8 – Gucci illustrates New York street ahead of fashion week’s start; Burberry puts collection inspiration center stage at Henry Moore exhibit; Hermès’ “know-how control” leads to $5.75B in sales for 2016; Fabergé will raise prices by 10pc on March 1.
French leather goods maker Hermès’ consolidated revenue passed the 5 billion euro mark despite the difficult retail climate of 2016.
Creative destruction is more of a management construct than anything. What luxury brands need is creative evolution.
In opposition to its use of exotic leathers, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has purchased stock in French luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury isn’t dead—it just has a new name; The man who brought Paris to Dallas; When the strap is as recognizable as the watch; Mercedes-Benz all but locks down US luxury sales win for 2016.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 29 – Moncler braces for colder destinations in Middle Eastern pop-up; Dom Pérignon vintages, bespoke trunk subject of dedicated Auctionata livestream; Graff lauds diamond-cutting ability for heart-shaped stone; Hermès’ Petit h ensures one-of-a-kind holiday gifting.
French fashion house Hermès is welcoming consumers in New York to the Petit h Holiday Factory, a series of pop-up stores and craft workshops.
Today in luxury marketing – Hermès becomes plaintiff in case against former French security chief; No logo: Why un-branded luxury goods are on the rise; Marriott and Starwood reveal the future of their luxury brands; You know what kids need today? Their own Teslas.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Nov. 21 – Marc Jacobs looks to social audience to recruit beauty vloggers; Bergdorf Goodman styles holiday shopping trips; Hermès seeks remedies for quirky Cape Cod syndrome; Georg Jensen aims to spoil via online gifting guide.
French leather goods maker Hermès is telling consumers of the possible side effects of wearing its Cape Cod watch style through an interactive video.