Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 23 – Chateau Marmont brings in Parisian coiffeur for hair room service; Saks emphasizes high-level service, opens dedicated men’s store; Manolo Blahnik, Vetements pinpoint high-low style in Net-A-Porter capsule; Brioni illustrates bespoke prowess in traveling tailor tour.
Today in luxury marketing – Some stars will get a ride to the Oscars via this Tesla car service company; Jared Leto touts “secret project” with Gucci’s Alessandro Michele; The future of Reykjavik, Iceland: New luxury hotels and a secret billionaire hunting lodge; VW board expected to support Audi’s Stadler despite criticism over scandal.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 21 – Swiss watch exports down 6.2pc in January; Longchamp, Marchon team for branded eyewear debut; Cognac’s “big four” responsible for 90pc of retail value: IWSR; Fortnum & Mason handpicks teas for monthly mailer.
Today in luxury marketing – Chanel plots Year of Gabrielle; BMW, Mobileye in deal to collect map data for self-driving cars; Secrets of success from 1OAK, the $250M nightclub; Nigeria: Africa gets ready for its first luxury ecommerce platform.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 16 – American Crime Story names final Versace cast; Ralph Lauren’s leadership evolution continues with two new hires; Audi to be title sponsor of Washington’s state-of-the-art stadium; Marriott sees profit increase, 6,000th property added after Starwood acquisition.
Today in luxury marketing – Rich people literally see the world differently; Airbnb is officially getting into the luxury vacation home business; Cartier makes major retail push on WeChat; Toll Brothers to pay New York-condo taxes to attract buyers.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 14 – Tag Heuer taps bold confidence of Bella Hadid to court youth; Four Seasons Napa Valley’s $3.5M homes sold as ideal Wine Country base; Versace takes to the streets to show All Love Is Love; LVMH funding ensures future access to Voltaire’s complete body of work.
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. 10 – Kering posts strongest year-on-year revenue increases since 2012; Omega readies for 2018 Winter Olympics with commemorative timepieces; Moët & Chandon vending machine raises $85K for AIDS research; Four Seasons, Paris first European hotel with 5 Michelin stars under one roof.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 8 – Gucci illustrates New York street ahead of fashion week’s start; Burberry puts collection inspiration center stage at Henry Moore exhibit; Hermès’ “know-how control” leads to $5.75B in sales for 2016; Fabergé will raise prices by 10pc on March 1.