In this new series, Luxury Daily sits down with a company’s founder, chairman or CEO for a deep-dive discussion on that executive’s business and the industry, sharing thoughts on strategy, tactics, trends and issues. We start with an icon – Yves Piaget, the last generation to helm the Piaget watch and jewelry makers, who is a firm believer in craftsmanship and the artisans behind the brand. While Piaget is part of the Richemont stable of brands, Mr. Piaget still retains the chairman’s title.
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British automaker Bentley Motors has released yet another teaser for its Bentayga in the wake of recent announcements about sports utility vehicles from other luxury auto brands.
Leading up to Mother’s Day May 10, luxury brands are looking to help consumers show their maternal appreciation through thoughtful gifts.
Department store Saks Fifth Avenue is capturing its May event programming, Glam Gardens, through illustrations using flower petals as a medium.
Days after the highly anticipated birth of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, luxury brands are taking the opportunity to congratulate the royal family on social media and present a number of bespoke gifts to the new princess.
Italian fashion label Giorgio Armani is giving consumers a better understanding of its brand history through a newly opened museum in Milan.
British retailer Selfridges is investigating the changing face of employment, from shifting work-life balance to innovations in enterprise, with a multichannel campaign.
U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. is exploring aquatic elements in the first Blue Book created under the direction of design director Francesca Amfitheatrof.
NEW YORK – While retail has evolved with additional sales channels, the black book of client information has remained largely unchanged, according to an executive from Boston Retail Partners at the Luxury Insights Summit 2015 April 29.
Feadship Royal Dutch Shipyards is seeking photography skills of its consumers for its 2016 calendar.