LuxuryLab Daily Digest

Posted by Lauren Proctor on September 9, 2009

Chart of the Day: Breaking Down the Advertising Apocalypse (Business Insider)

Ferragamo Sees Recovery Signs, Crisis Ongoing (Reuters)
Italian luxury goods group Salvatore Ferragamo saw signs of recovery in the last few months, but it is still difficult to say the global crisis is over, CEO Michele Norsa said in an interview on Tuesday.

Clout (Seth Godin)
The web knows something, but it’s not telling us, at least not yet.

BMW, Daimler Say Luxury-Car Sales May Recover on New Models (Bloomberg)
Bayerische Motoren Werke AG and Daimler AG, the world’s two biggest luxury-car manufacturers, said sales may recover in coming months as they add models and the global recession wanes.

Gucci Group Sees Balenciaga as a Rising Star (Forbes)
Balenciaga, the trendy fashion house favoured by actresses such as Charlotte Gainsbourg, is the fastest growing brand within the Gucci Group and meeting all pre-crisis targets, its head said on Monday.


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