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Day’s wrap: Gucci, Mandarin Oriental, Fendi, Givenchy and auto standards

Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 18 – Gucci puts lens on self-expression in eyewear ads; Mandarin Oriental continues expansion push in China; Fendi enlists rap queen for next collaborative capsule collection; Givenchy shares surreal passages in fall/winter effort; Trump cancels stringent California emissions standards.

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Givenchy shares surreal passages in fall/winter effort

French couture house Givenchy is exploring the wearability and multi-faceted nature of high-end fashion in a new fall campaign.

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Webinars
Webinar on Sept. 18: “Holidays 2019: Happy or Not?”

Register now for this free hour-long webinar Sept. 18 on how the 2019 holiday season will shape up for luxury brands and retailers, with product mix, marketing, shopping channels and budgets all up for grabs in an atmosphere of uncertainty. Experts will share insights and offer tips to maintain and grow market share.

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Automotive
Land Rover hits the slopes with Team USA partnership

Land Rover North America is showing its support of daring athletes by establishing a new partnership with U.S. Ski & Snowboard, echoing the automaker’s positioning as cars built to succeed in tough terrain and weather.

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Research
Luxury Daily releases 44-page State of Luxury 2019 report polling industry insiders

This third annual State of Luxury: The Insider View report by Luxury Daily and Unity Marketing surveys 600-plus luxury insiders on their reasons for optimism and caution in 2019. Buy the 44-page exclusive research to arm yourself with invaluable intelligence, or get it free with an annual subscription to Luxury Daily.

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Strategy
Special invite to join State of Luxury 2020 survey – respondents get exec summary

Luxury Daily, Unity Marketing and The Home Trust International invite you to take this quick survey to help us produce the exclusive fourth annual State of Luxury study from a luxury insider’s point of view. Respondents will receive a detailed executive summary of the State of Luxury 2020 and a 70-page book titled, “Luxury Marketing Disrupted: Evolving from the 4Ps to the 4Es of Marketing.”

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Strategy
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We invite you to subscribe to Luxury Daily and join the ranks of the smartest luxury marketers worldwide. Our subscribers include decision-makers and executives from the world’s leading luxury brands, retailers, agencies, publishers, market researchers, universities and consultancies.

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News briefs
Stuart Weitzman, Fendi, Seabourn, Oscar de la Renta, Four Seasons and Central Park Tower – Live news

Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 17 – Stuart Weitzman showcases strength in men’s launch; Fendi lets consumers take a bite out of its logo; Seabourn extends UNESCO alliance in preservation push; Oscar de la Renta teams with Dream Foundation on fundraising fete; Four Seasons to stage “underground playground” in London; Central Park Tower takes residential living to new heights.

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Barneys, Gucci, It bags and travel agencies – News briefs

Today in luxury – Barneys searches for the magic number; As Gucci tripped on social media, sales fell; Instagram killed the It bag; Luxury travel agencies claim bragging rights in VIP business travel.

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Day’s wrap: Stuart Weitzman, Fendi, Seabourn, Oscar de la Renta, Four Seasons and Central Park Tower

Luxury Daily’s live news from Sept. 17 – Stuart Weitzman showcases strength in men’s launch; Fendi lets consumers take a bite out of its logo; Seabourn extends UNESCO alliance in preservation push; Oscar de la Renta teams with Dream Foundation on fundraising fete; Four Seasons to stage “underground playground” in London; Central Park Tower takes residential living to new heights.

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Real estate
Central Park Tower takes residential living to new heights

Extell Development Company’s Central Park Tower in New York has topped out at 1,550 feet, making it the tallest residential building in the world.

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Nonprofits
Oscar de la Renta teams with Dream Foundation on fundraising fete

U.S. fashion label Oscar de la Renta is partnering with the Dream Foundation on a fundraising event, using its designs to help raise funds for the organization.

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Travel and hospitality
Four Seasons to stage “underground playground” in London

Hospitality group Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is taking its Pop Down concept to London with a temporary concept centered on a playful theme.

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Apparel and accessories
Fendi lets consumers take a bite out of its logo

Italian fashion house Fendi is opening up an ephemeral branded ice cream shop in partnership with Steccolecco.

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Webinars
Last chance to register for the holiday outlook webinar

Register now for this free hour-long webinar Sept. 18 on how the 2019 holiday season will shape up for luxury brands and retailers, with product mix, marketing, shopping channels and budgets all up for grabs in an atmosphere of uncertainty. Experts will share insights and offer tips to maintain and grow market share.

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Travel and hospitality
Seabourn extends UNESCO alliance in preservation push

Cruise line Seabourn is supporting UNESCO’s mission to protect heritage sites by extending its partnership with the organization by five years.

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Apparel and accessories
Stuart Weitzman showcases strength in men’s launch

U.S. footwear label Stuart Weitzman is helping more consumers pave their own paths with the introduction of its first menswear design.

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Retail
How to save fashion retail

With more than 12,000 physical stores forced to close in the last decade in the United States alone, and ecommerce growing at a rate of 15 percent year-on-year over the same period, it is easy to see how the phrase “retail apocalypse” has developed such currency.

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Fragrance and personal care
Tiffany translates romantic positioning into coupled scents

Jeweler Tiffany & Co. is taking inspiration from its place in celebrating love with its first his and hers fragrances, bringing a branded show of commitment to a new category.

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Retail
Apple, Piaget, Ritz-Carlton, Christie’s, Forrester & IBM to speak at LuxeCX Sept. 25

Register now for the world’s first luxury customer experience conference: Luxury Daily’s LuxeCX on Wednesday, Sept. 25 in New York. Hear from experts at Apple, Piaget, Forrester Research, InterContinental Hotels’ parent IHG, Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center, Christie’s, South Coast Plaza, UBS, Taj Hotels’ The Pierre, IBM, Pernod Ricard, Magellan Jets, Gaggenau, Altiant, Shanker Inc., Customer Experience Group and the Luxury Institute.

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