Luxury Daily’s live news from July 12 – Four Seasons grows footprint in Japan via second Tokyo hotel; Vogue VIP membership to offer first-hand access to title’s editors; Bonhams sees spike in fine wine interest post-Brexit vote; Chopard retraces automotive history for latest timekeeper role.
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Today in luxury marketing – Saint Laurent opens first Canada boutique, in Vancouver; Marc Jacobs’ evolution from grunge to pop culture staple; Why does everybody love Bicester Village, England’s famous luxury outlet mall?; Designer Johnny Coca is working his magic at Mulberry.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury goods have lost their shine; Valentino opens new Tokyo flagship; The store of the future; Steinway’s grand ambitions for its pianos in China.
Today in luxury marketing – New Ritz Paris hotel anchors Place Vendôme’s overhaul; Ferrari and Ray-Ban agree on deal; Michael Kors: The man who built a $1B fashion empire; Ralph Lauren’s turnaround plan has parallels of Ford Motor’s road map.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 6 – Yoox Net-A-Porter banks on ecommerce’s annual growth rate of 15pc by 2020; Omega sets sights on eyewear via Marcolin Group license; Marriott, Starwood merger expected to be finalized in coming weeks; 40pc of consumers purchase brand for first time at travel retail point of sale.
Today in luxury marketing – Alibaba launches new platform to fight fakes; Armed with popular apps, resellers stir up Mid-East market; Tesla product tech VP moves to Facebook; Anya Hindmarch on the bags that launched themselves.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 1- Dolce & Gabbana selects Shiseido Group as new global beauty licensee; Telsa sees first autopilot fatality after more than 130M miles of safe driving; British Vogue celebrates 100 years with spot of tea at Westfield cafe; Aquazzura’s Hamptons pop-up timely in wake of IP lawsuits.
Today in luxury marketing – LVMH spotlights startups at Paris show Viva Technology; Designer shake-up at Belstaff; As international billionaires get nervous, sales in LA’s ultra-luxury housing market slow; India is open for 24/7 shopping.
Luxury Daily’s live news from June 29 – Turkish airport subjected to deadliest terror attack in country to date; VW repents emissions scandal with $10B class action payout; Kering to pay $13M to Hedi Slimane over non-compete clause; Gucci lets its ecommerce garden grow via online exclusives.
Today in luxury marketing – British fashion market declines for first time in 6 years; Metallica star in hilarious luxury menswear campaign; Chanel, Gucci and luxury fashion’s sustainability crossroads; Ferraris to Jaguars purr on US roads with fuel boost from Asia.