Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 9 – Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta settle case before court date; Yoox Net-A-Porter aligns with Bocconi on digital fashion coursework; Sotheby’s taps executive to oversee all luxury categories; Mercedes showcases new corporate strategy at CES.
German automaker Mercedes-Benz is aiming to make driving safer, more entertaining and simpler with technology revealed this past week.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 30 – Town Residential’s high-end dealings result in fruitful 2016; Saks, Manolo Blahnik dance in the street for retailer-exclusive style; De Grisogono to serialize 813-carat diamond’s path from rough stone to high-jewelry; Dior preps for 2016’s end with party-ready beauty tutorial.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 27 – Boxing Day sales drew long lines in London; Temporary injunction against Oscar de la Renta designer removed; Rent the Runway’s total venture capital investment reaches $190M; Mercedes-Benz takes on lead sponsorship role for Laureus in UK.
Mercedes-Benz U.K. and its dealer partners are showing their support for Laureus Sport for Good one sale at a time.
While many brands focused on efforts dedicated to last-minute holiday gift pushes, others in the luxury sector looked forward toward new beginnings and technologies of the future.
German automaker Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz is now allowing consumers complete control over their vehicles without having to step foot outside of their homes through Google Home capability.
Today in luxury marketing – Estée Lauder’s annual shareholder meeting is a pampered affair; Tag Heuer bucks downturn, expands in China: CEO; Top travel agents reveal what’s hot in luxury travel for 2017; Mercedes-Benz poised to topple BMW as world’s luxury-car king.
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. 22 – Unsavory export results continue for Swiss watchmakers; Mercedes demonstrates off-road capabilities on roadless journey; Moncler puts outerwear to test in Zai ski capsule; Saks’ Nutcracker Sweet dresses holiday windows in candy couture.