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Montblanc smartens traditional timepiece with wearable add-on – Luxury Daily

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January 6, 2015

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New York Fashion Week to see many changes in near future
New York Fashion Week is undergoing a lot of changes as it will no longer be hosted by Lincoln Center and Mercedes-Benz made an announcement that it will no longer be the title sponsor of the event.
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Luxury FirstLook 2015 New York Jan. 13: Four Seasons, Buccellati, Baume & Mercier, Christie’s, Lancome, Douglas Elliman, Twitter, Hunton Powerboats
Registration is open for the third annual Luxury FirstLook: Strategy 2015 conference Tuesday, Jan. 13 featuring speakers from the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Buccellati, Baume & Mercier, Christie’s, Lancome, Douglas Elliman, Twitter, Hunton Powerboats, SANDOW, Luxury Portfolio, Sleuth and The Luxury Institute.
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Montblanc smartens traditional timepiece with wearable add-on
Germany’s Montblanc is embracing wearable technology with the introduction of the e-Strap, a device that can be added to any traditional timepiece.
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BMW tweaks ConnectedDrive to include store feature
German automaker BMW is updating its ConnectedDrive technology that was introduced last year as an in-car navigation system with mobile components.
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Dolce & Gabbana looks to Spain in spring campaign
Italian fashion label Dolce & Gabbana is releasing its new spring/summer 2015 advertising campaign, featuring Spanish influences on Sicilian culture such as flamenco dancing and bullfighting to create a world of Mediterranean sensuality.
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Luxury advertisers take subdued approach in Vanity Fair’s January edition
Luxury brands scaled back their advertisements in the January issue of Vanity Fair to account for shopping fatigue.
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Ecommerce and Fair Trade increasingly becoming must-haves for brands
Starting and maintaining a company, especially one that launches with ecommerce early in its lifespan and upholds Fair Trade standards, can prove to be difficult, but can also bring positive results.
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Louis Vuitton is 2014 Luxury Marketer of the Year
French leather goods maker Louis Vuitton is Luxury Daily’s 2014 Luxury Marketer of the Year for its seamless transition to new creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere’s vision.
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Selfridges is 2014 Luxury Retailer of the Year
British department store chain Selfridges is Luxury Daily’s 2014 Luxury Retailer of the Year for its use of entertainment to make itself a shopping destination.
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Condé Nast is 2014 Luxury Publisher of the Year
Publishing conglomerate Condé Nast is Luxury Daily’s 2014 Luxury Publisher of the Year for its move toward industry transparency and its evolution beyond traditional print in the luxury publishing sector.
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Wealth-X is 2014 Luxury Researcher of the Year
Wealth-X is Luxury Daily’s 2014 Researcher of the Year for its comprehensive examination of ultra-high-net-worth individuals.
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Luxury Women to Watch 2015
Luxury Daily’s Luxury Women to Watch 2015 list celebrates the smart women who are expected to make a difference in luxury marketing and retail in 2015.
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Swarovski, Mercedes, Dolce & Gabbana and Aston Martin – Live news
Luxury Daily’s live news from Jan. 5 – Swarovski brings crystal style to wearable tech; Mercedes teases new concept car with talking robots; Dolce & Gabbana melts the Yeti’s icy exterior with window displays; Aston Martin looks to Asia with new executive.
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Weak currencies, Japan, BMW and Bang & Olufsen – News briefs
Today in luxury marketing – Weaker currencies shake up luxury; Luxury isn’t created equal in recession-hit Japan; BMW agrees to subsidies for China dealers; Denmark’s Bang & Olufsen would listen to bid approaches.
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