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Mulberry, Fortnum & Mason, Land Rover and Etro – Live news

Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 8 – Mulberry emphasizes UK-made as it sets sights on Asia; Fortnum & Mason encourages ecommerce browsing with holiday gift hunt; Land Rover adds hint of luxury hospitality to rugged terrain; Etro packs for international exploration in shoppable narrative.

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Chanel, South Korean celebrities, British Vogue and Alexander Wang – News briefs

Today in luxury marketing – Chanel leads luxury brands in luring big spenders back to Paris; South Korean stars fronting brands in China face an uncertain future; British Vogue editor condemns fashion brands who refused to dress Ashley Graham for cover; From designer to CEO, Alexander Wang is a man with a plan.

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Inviting nominations for the 2016 Luxury Daily Awards

Luxury Daily is inviting nominations for the most prestigious luxury awards handed out annually: Luxury Marketer of the Year, Luxury Retailer of the Year, Luxury Agency of the Year, Luxury Publisher of the Year and Luxury Researcher of the Year.

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Columns
How retail apps can improve user engagement and retention

Retail apps that implement a successful user retention strategy will enjoy the benefits of long-term customer value. But those that do not will struggle to reach a positive return on their acquisition investments.

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Jewelry
LVMH watch chief Jean-Claude Biver talks Hublot strategy in Africa

A discussion on the prospects of luxury watch sales in Africa in a time of political and economic upheaval and how Hublot navigates markets such as Nigeria, Angola, Ivory Coast, South Africa and Kenya.

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Apparel and accessories
Etro packs for international exploration in shoppable narrative

Italian fashion label Etro is suggesting what consumers should pack as they ready for trips abroad.

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Automotive
Land Rover adds hint of luxury hospitality to rugged terrain

British automaker Land Rover is adding comfort to the rugged wilderness with a one-off sleeper cabin designed for off-grid adventures.

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Retail
Fortnum & Mason encourages ecommerce browsing with holiday gift hunt

British department store Fortnum & Mason is setting consumers on a “great gift chase” to track down a Christmas character that has gone AWOL.

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Apparel and accessories
Mulberry emphasizes UK-made as it sets sights on Asia

British fashion label Mulberry saw total revenue increase by 10 percent to £74.5 million, or $93.7 million at current exchange rates, for the six months ended Sept. 30.

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Apparel and accessories
Armani ranked most-listable 4 years running despite IPO resistance

Giorgio Armani leads Italian fashion houses as the brand considered most-listable as a future initial public offering, according to a quantitative rating system developed by Pambianco Strategie di Imprese.

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Luxury FirstLook
Announcing Luxury FirstLook 2017: Time for Luxury 2.0

Register now for the nation’s premier conference focused on how the luxury business will rapidly evolve in 2017, calling for a reset to Luxury 2.0. Speaker list, agenda and registration link in article.

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Retail
Google gives store windows global audience via virtual walk

Louis Vuitton and Cartier are among the 18 New York storefronts getting a digital audience this holiday season with help from Google.

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Jewelry
Colored-gemstone market sees resurgence thanks to millennial interest

Consumer sentiment for colored-gemstones such as rubies, emeralds and sapphires is on the rise, particularly with millennials, according to research by colored-gemstone miner Gemfields.

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Apparel and accessories
Dolce & Gabbana borrows phony logo usage for ironic tees

Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana is taking cues from fast-fashion copy cats for a series of logo tees featured in its spring/summer 2017 collection.

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Travel and hospitality
Four Seasons Hotel New York keeps original style in mind with $120M renovation

Four Seasons Hotel New York is finally unveiling its extensive renovation that includes luxury suites designed by hotelier Ty Warner.

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Automotive
Audi innovates the road, incorporating in-dashboard traffic light information

German automaker Audi is taking another step forward in bringing technology to drivers, with an upcoming launch that integrates vehicles with surrounding infrastructure.

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News briefs
Nordstrom, Tod’s, Condé Nast and Jaeger-LeCoultre – Live news

Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 7 – Nordstrom shows sense of humor by embracing viral confusion; Tod’s boosts CSR through youth training initiative; Condé Nast adds new perspective to executive committee with internal hire; Jaeger-LeCoultre opens up inner workings during Reddit AMA.

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News briefs
Craftsmanship, Farfetch, health and wellness and real estate – News briefs

Today in luxury marketing – New foundation, backed by a luxury titan, focuses on craftsmanship; Farfetch takes to the stage with retail innovation event in London; Is health and wellness the new luxury?; NYC’s tallest luxury tower is discounting condos by millions.

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How retail apps can improve user engagement and retention
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Retail apps that implement a successful user retention strategy will enjoy the benefits of long-term customer value. But those that do not will struggle to reach a positive return on their acquisition investments.

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Barron’s strategy to target millennials: launch new finance title
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Millennials – now the United States’ largest generation and imminently the future consumers of luxury products and services – are now encountering financial issues and challenges that the Gen-Xers and baby boomers never encountered when they were young adults.

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When millennials’ interest is high – and satisfaction is low
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Marketers of communications services face a paradox: while a big chunk of millennials place a high value on their phone, pay television and home Internet, an even bigger chunk is thumbs-down on the services.

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3 tips to tackle mobile for marketing and retail
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Developing and executing a successful mobile marketing campaign can be quite challenging at times, but it does not have to be impossible.

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