Travel and hospitality
1 Hotels emphasizes importance of sustainability with expansion

Starwood Capital Group is investing further in sustainability with its ecofriendly 1 Hotel brand opening a new location in Brooklyn, NY, reflecting the luxury hospitality industry’s move toward reducing environmental impact.

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Jewelry
Tag Heuer opens ecommerce flagship on Tmall.com in Chinese youth bid

LVMH-owned watchmaker Tag Heuer is increasing its ecommerce footprint in China through a partnership with Alibaba Group’s Tmall.com.

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Automotive
Lincoln sees direct results from campaign tapping blues singer

U.S. auto manufacturer Lincoln Motor Company has exhibited how television spots during major events are still extremely powerful with a 28 percent increase in vehicle interest during Grammy positioning on Feb. 12.

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Editorial calendar
Luxury Daily will not publish on Monday, Feb. 20

Luxury Daily will not publish on Monday, Feb. 20, in observance of Presidents’ Day. We will resume publication on Tuesday, Feb. 21.

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Marketing
Sale: Luxury Daily’s State of Luxury 2017: The Insider View

Preparing for a year of tumult, Luxury Daily surveyed experienced luxury insiders to gain insights into what marketers can expect in 2017 with geopolitical issues, customer acquisition and retention challenges, media and marketing shifts, and, most important, evolving consumer consumption patterns affecting products and experiential offerings.

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News briefs
Versace, Ralph Lauren, Audi and Marriott International – Live news

Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 16 – American Crime Story names final Versace cast; Ralph Lauren’s leadership evolution continues with two new hires; Audi to be title sponsor of Washington’s state-of-the-art stadium; Marriott sees profit increase, 6,000th property added after Starwood acquisition.

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News briefs
Neuroscience, Airbnb, Cartier and Toll Brothers – News briefs

Today in luxury marketing – Rich people literally see the world differently; Airbnb is officially getting into the luxury vacation home business; Cartier makes major retail push on WeChat; Toll Brothers to pay New York-condo taxes to attract buyers.

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Columns
Top 3 technologies revolutionizing ecommerce

Staying up to date with rapidly evolving technologies in the ecommerce and marketing industries can be a daunting task. With a slew of new technologies out there, it is also not easy to pinpoint which ones are worth the venture.

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Travel and hospitality
Marriott sees profit increase, 6,000th property added after Starwood acquisition

Hospitality group Marriott International reported a net income of $244 million, a 21 percent increase from the year-ago, for the fourth quarter of 2016 ended Dec. 31.

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Media/publishing
Walpole yearbook pays homage to all-things UK luxury

British luxury alliance Walpole has produced the 15th edition of its annual yearbook as it celebrates 25 years since its founding.

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Automotive
Audi to be title sponsor of Washington’s state-of-the-art stadium

German automaker Audi is extending its Major League Soccer sponsorship to include both a top-winning team and stadium in Washington.

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Apparel and accessories
Ralph Lauren’s leadership evolution continues with two new hires

U.S. fashion label Ralph Lauren has announced additions to its executive leadership team in support of its ongoing Way Forward Plan.

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Apparel and accessories
American Crime Story names final Versace cast

Actor Edgar Ramirez has been cast as Gianna Versace in the upcoming primetime drama based on the fashion designer’s murder.

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Strategy
How emerging luxury brands can go-it-alone internationally

Up-and-coming luxury brands may feel the pressure to be snapped up by conglomerates to succeed overseas. But there is another way to expand.

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Media/publishing
Luxury Daily transitions Feb. 27 to paid-subscription model

As part of Luxury Daily’s evolution to a paid-subscription model starting Feb. 27, we ask for your support to an institution designed to be your eyes and ears in a fast-evolving luxury business.

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Retail
Barneys gets consumers red carpet-ready ahead of Oscars

Department store chain Barneys New York is putting its styling services front and center with a shop-in-shop dedicated to Hollywood’s main event.

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Apparel and accessories
Loewe ties together multichannel efforts in floral how-to

Spanish leather goods house Loewe has created a guide to floral styling to demonstrate how expert craft can take many shapes.

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Real estate
Affluent Russian buyers return to Miami real estate scene

With the current White House administration on friendly terms with Russia, more affluent consumers from the country are interested in real estate within Miami.

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Top 3 technologies revolutionizing ecommerce
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How emerging luxury brands can go-it-alone internationally
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Up-and-coming luxury brands may feel the pressure to be snapped up by conglomerates to succeed overseas. But there is another way to expand.

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New faces of luxury: Dianne Dubler and John Bigelow Taylor, principals of Kubaba Books
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Kubaba Books is the creator of bespoke publications that document the architectural and collecting achievements as well as the thoughts of those who care deeply about what they have created and assembled during their lifetimes.

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Device detection 2.0: Are marketers getting the full picture?
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Shift in behavior has meant that brands have had to work harder to understand which devices consumers use to access their Web sites.

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