Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 23 – Thomas Pink dresses men for life’s journeys in fall/winter 2016 campaign; Mikimoto exudes pearls’ duplicity in Modern Mansion setting; July brings no relief for struggling Swiss watch sector; Nordstrom builds out shop-in-shop Space to give designer fashions visibility.
Today in luxury marketing – Paris stands to lose $1.5B in tourism this year; What happened to Saint Laurent’s LA-based team after Hedi Slimane left?; Daimler fights $45M compensation claim from supplier in VW dispute; De Niro’s new luxury London venture.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 19 – After fruitful 2016, Estée Lauder forecasts 4pc sales gains for fiscal 2017; Bloomingdale’s to host in-store fitness classes for annual Fashionable Fundraiser; Karl Lagerfeld’s #TeamKarl subject of interview series; Safilo heads to back to Argentine market as summer approaches.
Today in luxury marketing – Art Deco luxury for $24M; Tesla owner in autopilot crash won’t sue, but car insurer might; Will digital media break China’s fashion magazine oligarchy?; How Demna Gvasalia is revolutionizing Balenciaga from the inside out.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 18 – Luxury Collection building first Armenian hotel; Magellan Jets incentivizes membership with once-in-a-lifetime experiences; Tiffany, Burberry debut expanded boutiques within King of Prussia; John Varvatos unites Guns N’ Roses fans with Hollywood pop-up.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 17 – Boodles spurs awareness among refined sharpshooters; Rolls-Royce packs a picnic as it says farewell to Phantom Coupe; Chanel shares farm-to-fragrance narrative in Grasse; Fairmont offers Vancouver concert experience to introduce new suites.
Today in luxury marketing – Hong Kong retail shares feeling pressure; Pat McGrath is the most in-demand makeup artist in the world; Antarctica now has a jaw-dropping luxury hotel; UK car sales have not been hit significantly by Brexit vote, leading dealer says.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 15 – Condé Nast celebrates Swarovski crystals in latest title debut; Bang & Olufsen revamps TV as decor centerpiece; Krug books isolated island for music and culinary festival; Farfetch says cheers to next million after reaching consumer milestone.
Today in luxury marketing – How Fendi went from leather goods to Lagerfeld; Dior to host Guggenheim International Gala with Maria Grazia Chiuri as co-chair; Making a case for small luxury hotels; China continues duty-free expansion to keep luxury spending at home.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Aug. 11 – DVF matches customer donations to combat homelessness; Tag Heuer unveils retail updates in thriving Australian market; Cartier fortifies support of female entrepreneurs with $100K grant; Condé Nast luxury titles resilient, buoyant in changing print realm.