Luxury Daily’s live news from July 28 – Roberto Cavalli taps ex-Versace CEO for redevelopment plan; Burberry sends cease and desist letter to rapper; Moncler welcomes new investors to spur growth; Gucci drives Kering’s H1 revenue gains, despite European decline.
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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.
It is no secret that banks have concerns that tech giants such as Apple and Google are entering their sectors with mobile wallets and payment solutions.
British automaker Rolls-Royce Motor Cars took to its Summer Studio in Sardinia, Italy to unveil two of its latest bespoke models.
Luxury conglomerate Kering Group saw its consolidated revenue increase by 5.5 percent on a comparable basis at 5,693 million euros, or $6.3 million, for the first half of 2016.
British fashion house Burberry has filed a lawsuit against a rapper for the use of its intellectual property.
Italian fashion brand Roberto Cavalli has appointed Gian Giacomo Ferraris as its new CEO.
While Amazon continues to grow, its penetration into the most affluent households has decreased over the past year, according to new research from the Shullman Research Center.
Italian fashion house Fendi’s furry Fendirumi mascots are serving as the inspiration for a whimsical pop-up at British department store Harrods.