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Sustainability
Seeking impact, Stella by Stella McCartney skincare introduces ‘Voices’ initiative

The British designer is putting the platform of her vegan skincare brand to good use in pursuit of climate justice, centering anthropologist Jane Goodall and other activists in a new campaign.

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News briefs
Paco Rabanne, Kering, Tiffany & Co. and Hublot

Luxury Daily’s live news: French-Spanish fashion designer Paco Rabanne dies at 88; Kering appoints Raffaella Cornaggia as CEO of new beauty entity; Tiffany & Co. adds limited-edition sports jersey to Super Bowl LVII lineup; Hublot, Murakami limit sale of 13 new timepieces to NFT owners only.

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Retail
Amid a sea of new competitors, how is Alibaba preparing for 2023 and beyond?

Alibaba is often, and not without reason, seen as a proxy for customer spending in the Chinese economy.

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News briefs
Day’s wrap: Paco Rabanne, Kering, Tiffany & Co. and Hublot

Luxury Daily’s live news: French-Spanish fashion designer Paco Rabanne dies at 88; Kering appoints Raffaella Cornaggia as CEO of new beauty entity; Tiffany & Co. adds limited-edition sports jersey to Super Bowl LVII lineup; Hublot, Murakami limit sale of 13 new timepieces to NFT owners only.

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Jewelry
Hublot, Murakami limit sale of 13 new timepieces to NFT owners only

Swiss watchmaker Hublot is encouraging collectibility with a new iterative release.

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Fragrance and personal care
Kering appoints Raffaella Cornaggia as CEO of new beauty entity

French luxury conglomerate Kering has created a new beauty entity and has appointed Raffaella Cornaggia as its CEO.

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Sports
Tiffany & Co. adds limited-edition sports jersey to Super Bowl LVII lineup

U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. is honoring the brand’s ties to American football with the release of a special sports jersey in honor of this year’s event.

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Apparel and accessories
French-Spanish fashion designer Paco Rabanne dies at 88

Spanish-born designer Paco Rabanne has died at the age of 88.

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Real estate
Ultra-luxury real estate buyers still flocking to cities: Compass

Brooklyn, Dallas and Washington, D.C. are among the markets experiencing enormous growth, as home sales above $10 million skyrocket in these metropolitan areas.

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Food and beverage
Holt Renfrew embraces experiential expertise for Black History Month

A chef and a sommelier join Canada’s distinguished luxury department store for a conversation about African cuisine and food justice, in celebration of the cultural observance.

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Apparel and accessories
Prada revealed as Lyst’s latest ‘hottest brand,’ topping list for first time

Amongst the 20 brands featured, the final quarter of 2022 saw the most movement ever since the ranking’s 2017 start.

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Luxury FirstLook
Sustainable luxury is new norm, thanks to young consumers: Luxury FirstLook 2023

Experts offer insights on luxury’s landscape change, as the industry shifts towards a baseline of strong ESG strategies in support of consumers increasingly shopping values-first.

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News briefs
Estée Lauder, Fairmont, Fontainebleau and Jo Malone

Luxury Daily’s live news: Latest Estée Lauder earnings show sales down 17pc, fragrance excels; Fairmont, Abbey Road Studios launch joint initiative for emerging artists; Fontainebleau launches $25K whisky tasting, Rolex included; Jo Malone reinstates Rachel Baker as vice president general manager of UK, Ireland.

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Apparel and accessories
A Chinese New Year controversy: Is Gucci fur-real?

In addition to featuring a 100 percent rabbit felt hat, among other accessories, the collection was shot with real-life bunnies — a move that was widely-critiqued as being in extremely poor taste.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY
Luxury’s new direction as markets and consumers evolve
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The years 2021 and 2022 once again proved that the luxury sector has always been the last to enter, but first to recover from any kind of economic or geopolitical crisis.

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Louboutin walks away with a win against Amazon’s fake footwear
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The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), in a highly anticipated decision, ruled that Amazon may be held liable for the advertising of infringing goods that bear registered trademarks.

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Why sowing Discord is helping build brand communities
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For brands looking to build passionate and loyal online communities, it is time to look at other options.

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In Louis Vuitton’s blue checkerboard battle, EU court rules design has not acquired trademark distinctiveness
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Trade dress can be a very powerful form of protection, but only if a company understands how to gain and maintain it.

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