Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 18 – Condé Nast names Nicholas Coleridge’s replacements; Loewe takes Parisian newsstand placements during Men’s Fashion Week; Burberry’s efficiency plan on track after positive Q3, says Christopher Bailey; Ritz-Carlton plays a round at first Chinese golf resort.
Today in luxury marketing – Carolina Herrera’s Good Girl fragrance breaks records, comes to US; Why Versace won’t show at couture; US to remain Germany’s top export destination despite Trump; New York’s luxury Hudson Yards Tower is 25pc sold.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 17 – Tiffany brings Reed Krakoff on full-time after Francesca Amfitheatrof steps down; Trump pressures BMW with 35pc export tax for Mexican-built models; Luxottica, Essilor’s $49B merger naturally complementary for sector growth; Burberry sees “authentic British attitude” in Iris Law.
Today in luxury marketing – Melania Trump turns to Ralph Lauren for inaugural week fashion options; Luxury fashion designers struggle to adapt to digital era; Dior CEO on Maria Grazia Chiuri’s debut; Rich Chinese, inspired by “Downton Abbey,” fuel demand for butlers.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 12 – Balmain embraces mini-me trend for children’s wear-exclusive at Harrods; Versace ups Hong Kong retail footprint despite market woes; Jewelry demand boosts Richemont sales for Q3; Nicholas Coleridge to scale back roles at Condé Nast International.
Today in luxury marketing – Making sense of pre-fall: What retailers say; Expect experimental evolution, not revolution, at Valentino; Karl Lagerfeld on why fashion rivals who don’t draw their own designs are “fake intellectuals”; $2.6M worth of fake luxury watches seized in Puerto Rico.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 10 – Omega leverages Instagram for limited-edition purchase path; Nordstrom strengthens omnichannel objectives via new innovation executive; Chanel taps former CFO for beauty position; Hearst will implement new strategies to keep momentum going in 2017.
Today in luxury marketing – Palais Galliera to host Margiela retrospective in 2018; Audi makes Q5 a tougher rival for Mercedes GLC, Porsche Macan; Tamara Mellon goes stiletto-first into the digital future; Balenciaga ex-boss departs Kering as luxury groups continue reshuffles.
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.
Today in luxury marketing – MCM: Fashion accessories’ next billion-dollar brand; Lincoln is outperforming the luxury auto market; Department stores, once anchors at malls, become millstones; Louis Vuitton v. My Other Bag: No license required.