Precision cut-crystal maker Swarovski’s latest artist collaboration brings the brand to the central hub of the London Design Festival beginning Sept. 19.
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U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. is aiming to increase foot traffic to its New York flagship with an “up close and personal” viewing experience.
As the wearable market grows and technology improves, consumers will increasingly look for more stylish and fashion-forward design in wearable products, according to a report by Fashionbi.
Switzerland’s Baume & Mercier is sharing consumers’ moments of success through a new social initiative meant to highlight the brand’s timepieces as part of an achievement.
Swiss watchmaker Officine Panerai is entering ecommerce with its first-ever online boutique in the United States market.
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Luxury brands are generally expanding their offerings online, with between 5 and 6 percent more high-end items available via ecommerce in the spring/summer 2015 season than the fall fashion season, according to a new report by ContactLab and BNP Paribas.
Payment transaction volume on wearables will reach $501 billion by 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 177 percent and representing 20 percent of total mobile proximity transaction volume, according to a new report from Tractica.
U.S. jeweler David Yurman is strengthening its international media capabilities with the filling of a new senior vice president, global communications role.
Luxury brands have seen significant growth in the first half of 2015, likely motivated in part by increased action on social media platforms, according to a report by Shareablee Inc.