Today in luxury marketing – Neiman Marcus realizes what it’s missing with plus-size shoppers; “Made in the USA” is a tough promise for luxury brands to make; BMW, Porsche face fuel economy probes in South Korea; Worlds collide as Oscar de la Renta and Monse combine in New York.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 13 – Prada revenues down 9pc in fiscal 2016; Neiman Marcus weaves technology into Fort Worth opening; Jaeger-LeCoultre builds on Oscar anticipation for Los Angeles film exhibit; Hennessy enlightens connoisseurs on cognac history with publishing debut.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is unveiling new retail concepts in cosmetics and fragrances at its latest opening in Fort Worth, TX.
U.S. electric automaker Tesla is seeing some backlash for its CEO Elon Musk’s work with President Donald Trump.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 6 – Miu Miu evokes disparate eras, aesthetics for spring 2017; Jaguar sees invaluable opportunity in connected infotainment services; Schiaparelli updates iconic constellation-themed jacket for today’s wearer; IPO not in Neiman Marcus’ foreseeable future.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus has withdrawn its request to be listed as an initial public offering.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 13 – Tom Ford-branded gift under fire after Golden Globe judges nominate “Nocturnal Animals”; Moët Hennessy scales the Himalayas for untouched terroir; Neiman Marcus total revenues drop 7.4pc to start fiscal 2017; Shiseido Group invests in beauty technologies to maintain competitive edge.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus’ revenues continue to decrease as it posts results for the first quarter of fiscal 2017.
The future of customer service is bright thanks to digital advancements that have brought forth technology-driven solutions.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is enhancing the customer experience at its beauty counters through Memory Mirror placements in 20 locations.