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The Macallan, Karl Lagerfeld, Chopard and eBay

Luxury Daily’s live news: The Macallan releases tribute whiskey to beloved spy character James Bond; Karl Lagerfeld’s enduring legacy to be honored at 2023 Met Gala; Chopard gets zoological with latest watch collection; EBay, Heron Preston debut inaugural streetwear drop.

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Marketing
From junkies to elites: The six types of men who love luxury in China

During COVID, a dynamic male consumer has emerged due to the accelerated conversion to online luxury purchases as well as a swelling middle class across Tier 2–4 cities.

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Day’s wrap: The Macallan, Karl Lagerfeld, Chopard and eBay

Luxury Daily’s live news: The Macallan releases tribute whiskey to beloved spy character James Bond; Karl Lagerfeld’s enduring legacy to be honored at 2023 Met Gala; Chopard gets zoological with latest watch collection; EBay, Heron Preston debut inaugural streetwear drop.

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Apparel and accessories
EBay, Heron Preston debut inaugural streetwear drop

Online retail platform eBay is working with streetwear legend Heron Preston on a new series of exclusive drops with exclusive items from artists, athletes and entertainers.

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Jewelry
Chopard gets zoological with latest watch collection

Swiss jeweler Chopard is infusing its glamorous jewelry with animal activism with its latest offering.

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Apparel and accessories
Karl Lagerfeld’s enduring legacy to be honored at 2023 Met Gala

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld will be honored as the subject of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Spring 2023 Costume Institute Exhibition and the May 2023 Met Gala.

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Food and beverage
The Macallan releases tribute whiskey to beloved spy character James Bond

Scottish whisky maker The Macallan is honoring six decades of James Bond films with a limited-edition release of six timeless single-malt whiskeys.

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Fragrance and personal care
Shiseido combats covert beauty biases with ‘See, Say, Do.’ campaign

Japanese beauty group Shiseido is extending its reach beyond skincare and into the realm of diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Arts and entertainment
Rolls-Royce exhibits cerebral curiosity with innovative art initiative

British automaker Rolls-Royce is rewarding those who think big with its latest artful initiative.

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Apparel and accessories
Hermès makes fitness fabulous with Hong Kong pop-up

French fashion house Hermès is instructing its affluent clientele on how to stretch with style and exercise with elegance for its latest combination of fashion and cardio, HermèsFit Hong Kong.

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LVMH, CFDA, British Fashion Council and Four Seasons

Luxury Daily’s live news: Belmond, Tiffany & Co. to make Les Journées Particulières debut; CFDA to honor Virgil Abloh at 2022 Fashion Awards; British Fashion Council announces former Guardian CEO as new chair; Four Seasons takes to the sea with inaugural yacht service.

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Retail
Will Britain’s resumed tax-free retail scheme win back Chinese shoppers?

The retail scheme was previously terminated at the end of 2020 to bring in additional tax revenues post-Brexit, leaving the United Kingdom as the only European country without VAT-free policies for international shoppers.

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Day’s wrap: LVMH, CFDA, British Fashion Council and Four Seasons

Luxury Daily’s live news: Belmond, Tiffany & Co. to make Les Journées Particulières debut; CFDA to honor Virgil Abloh at 2022 Fashion Awards; British Fashion Council announces former Guardian CEO as new chair; Four Seasons takes to the sea with inaugural yacht service.

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Apparel and accessories
Belmond, Tiffany & Co. to make Les Journées Particulières debut

French luxury conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton’s fifth edition of Les Journées Particulières is ushering in select houses’ first participation year.

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Travel and hospitality
Four Seasons takes to the sea with inaugural yacht service

Luxury hospitality group Four Seasons is setting sail with its inaugural fleet of yachts set to debut in 2025.

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Apparel and accessories
CFDA to honor Virgil Abloh at 2022 Fashion Awards

The Council of Fashion Designers of America is strutting into its iconic awards season with a nominees announcement.

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Commerce
British Fashion Council announces former Guardian CEO as new chair

The British Fashion Council (BFC) has a new chair, public relations expert David Pemsel.

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