French atelier Chanel is dueling it out to determine which of the J12 ceramic timepiece variations will win out over the other.
Italian fashion and footwear brand Salvatore Ferragamo is “among friends” in a Mediterranean dreamscape for spring/summer 2017.
British department store Harrods has agreed to revise its gratuity policy after a Jan. 7 protest called attention to an unfair policy at the retailer’s in-store restaurants.
Italian fashion house Missoni’s heiress is bidding for the attention of stylish parents with a capsule collection for home furniture brand Pottery Barn.
NEW YORK – Cutting through the noise of the oversaturated fragrance sector can be difficult, but leveraging human connection, storytelling and service lessens the daunting task at hand, says International Cosmetics & Perfumes’ CEO.
Department store chain Nordstrom is exploring the many shapes and forms of love by putting a lens on real relationships.
British automaker Jaguar Land Rover is making new models available to view in its showrooms in a faster timeframe with the help of virtual reality.
Preparing for a year of tumult, Luxury Daily surveyed experienced luxury insiders to gain insights into what marketers can expect in 2017 with geopolitical issues, customer acquisition and retention challenges, media and marketing shifts, and, most important, evolving consumer consumption patterns affecting products and experiential offerings.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 19 – CFDA helps design future of fashion retail alongside Accenture; Shiseido Americas puts focus on customization with MatchCo; Alaïa picks Net-A-Porter to debut ready-to-wear online; Private plane arrivals for inauguration projected to be down from 2009.
Today in luxury marketing – Versace delaying IPO, eyeing Riccardo Tisci, sources say; Monse and Oscar de la Renta to combine fall 2017 shows; Safilo plunges as LVMH said close to buying Marcolin stake; How to hide a celebrity home buyer.