British luxury alliance Walpole has named Michael Ward chairman of the group that counts Aston Martin, Burberry and Boodles as members.
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Chopard, David Yurman and Graff are among the Madison Avenue jewelers welcoming warmer weather with floral-themed displays in their storefront windows.
Swiss jeweler de Grisogono is transporting consumers to the snowy locale of Gstaad in the Bernese Alps through a social travel journal.
With romanticism on consumers’ minds as Valentine’s Day nears, London department store Harrods is celebrating its in-store bridal services.
Danish jeweler Georg Jensen is encouraging consumers to close their eyes and see with their hearts as an ode to the sentiment of St. Valentine’s Day.
Jeweler Harry Winston is continuing its three-year partnership with The Foundation for AIDS Research by creating its first consumer product specifically to benefit the organization.
Global searches for the top 50 watchmakers increased by 56 percent in 2015, per a report by jewelry retailer Karus Chains.
In the short term, French apparel and accessories brand Louis Vuitton is on pace to have the best momentum among luxury houses during the Year of the Monkey, per Exane BNP Paribas.
Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona, Spain, is showcasing its international spirit, as it will work with Swiss jeweler Chopard to celebrate a Russian holiday.
With Lunar New Year just around the corner, retailers realize this is a chance to establish relationships with high-value clientele.