Today in luxury marketing – Cartier parent Richemont’s earnings set to lose sparkle; Trump’s $625-a-night Washington hotel tests lure of Ivanka brand; Will major jewelry houses return to the Biennale des Antiquaires?; Tesla’s Musk says new Autopilot likely would have prevented death.
Condominiums bearing the name of Donald Trump no longer see a boost in market performance, according to research from real estate brokerage firm Redfin.
The Trump Group is getting interior design help from one of the world’s most acclaimed designers.
Trump Hotels is adapting to the sharing economy and recuperating youth support with a new brand concept.
Today in luxury marketing – Prada’s turnaround recipe includes cheaper bags and online push; Are Chinese elements actually important for reaching China’s luxury consumers?; These two guys are changing how we think about fashion; Keith Olbermann lists Trump Palace condo, takes swipe at Trump campaign.
Today in luxury marketing – Valentino’s IPO? Not anytime soon, sources say; Beauty brands inch away from traditional advertising; Trump loses bid to stop Scottish wind farm near luxury golf course; Counterfeit swoop: $129K worth of fake luxury goods seized by customs at shop in Admiralty.
Luxury Daily’s live news updates from Dec. 16 – Yoox Net-A-Porter adds new perspectives to board of directors; Trump Las Vegas challenges workers’ union decision; Elie Saab to open first London boutique; McLaren names quality executive new MEA managing director.
Today in luxury marketing – Francesca Amfitheatrof: the woman bringing a modern touch to Tiffany & Co.; Neiman Marcus same-store sales falls for first time in 6 years; Trump’s name restored at Dubai golf complex; Bergdorf Goodman unveils updated jewelry salons.
Today in luxury marketing – Ferragamo designs local items for new stores; Trump hotel goes up in Rio, but his views barely raise eyebrows in Brazil; John Varvatos debuts 23rd international store in San Diego; Next Mercedes-AMG C63 coupe offers more power for a price.
Trump Hotel Collection announced its plans to open a 33-floor hotel in Baku, Azerbaijan, by June 2015.