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Gucci saw positive growth among local consumers in North America and Western Europe. Image courtesy of Gucci

Luxury Daily’s live news for Oct. 19:

Kering reports solid 12pc growth in Q3

French fashion conglomerate Kering saw double-digit growth during the third quarter of 2021 with group revenue of $4.8 billion, at the current exchange rate – up more than 12 percent compared to Q3 2020.

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Moët Hennessy opens sustainability research center

LVMH’s wine and spirits division Moët Hennessy has inaugurated the Robert-Jean de Vogüé Research Center, a science research facility devoted to sustainability.

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Tiffany unveils new Beyoncé, Jay-Z installment

LVMH’s Tiffany & Co. has released the next segment of its ongoing “About Love” campaign featuring global music icons Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Sean Carter, known professionally as Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

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Hearst names Jonathan Wright new international president

Media publishing company Hearst Magazines has appointed Jonathan Wright as president of Hearst Magazines International.

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Four Seasons Maui unveils lifestyle brand campaign

Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea has teamed up with renowned fashion photographer Pamela Hanson to release a new lifestyle resort campaign.

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Is the NBA a slam dunk for luxury marketers?

Luxury has a longtime relationship with the sporting world, but in recent years the connection between luxury and the National Basketball Association has only grown closer.

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