Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 25 – Versace’s new book speaks to Donatella Versace’s forward-looking contributions; Vogue Arabia launches online first, indicating changing print landscape; The Luxury Collection restores pre-colonial complex for authentic stays in Singapore; Kering’s confidence continues toward year’s end, led by Gucci and Saint Laurent.
Today in luxury marketing -Tomas Maier on stealth luxury and slow fashion; Mercedes-Benz starts luxury pickups for adventurers, rich dads; Hugo Boss CEO says wants to abandon luxury segment; Jack O’Connell to play Lee Alexander McQueen.
Today in luxury marketing – Why retirees are hurting the luxury goods business; Can technology save the bricks-and-mortar store?; Raf Simons moves show to New York Fashion Week: Men’s; Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals” official trailer released.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Oct. 19 – Story of Gianni Versace’s death coming to the small screen; The Plaza practices modern etiquette in new educational program; Armani embraces global consumer as New Normal for fall/winter 2016; Pucci outfits Illy tablewares with its bright, color-block city scenes.
Today in luxury marketing – Eddie Borgo joins Tiffany & Co. as collaborator; Is the new Style.com working?; Still ticking: The improbable survival of the luxury watch business; A light at the end of the tunnel for luxury.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Oct. 17 – Karl Lagerfeld enters licensing agreement for branded hospitality network; Yoox Net-A-Porter invests in technological foundation via innovative workspace; Hermès heads to Nordstrom for first accessory shop-in-shop; Jean Paul Gaultier goes on Latin American Snapchat trek.
Today in luxury marketing – Roberto Cavalli employees take action; Giorgio Armani to attend White House State Dinner; Donald Trump’s Washington hotel shows his brand is sinking along with his poll numbers; United States’ hunger for luxury housing may finally be satiated.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 13 – WatchTime New York ups experiential sessions for 2016 watchmakers fair; Canali fetes US ecommerce launch with exclusive collaboration; Condé Nast continues Vogue Café’s expansion into Western Europe; Prada soars among the flowers in interstellar campaign video.
Today in luxury marketing – Karl Lagerfeld said to guest edit French Vogue; Cavalli prepares for radical turnaround as Peter Dundas exits; Luxury brands turn to in-store tech to boost fashion retail; Tesla’s credit lines seen helping Musk delay tapping Wall Street.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 11 – Dior Beauty shares colorful history in latest book release; Roche Bobois outfits two suites overlooking New York skyline; Cartier puts twist on traditional muses with cactus-inspired jewelry; Christopher Kane’s development furthered by new CEO hire.