NEW YORK – South Korea’s popular culture, brands and blazing Internet speeds are propelling the country into territory that has long been occupied by the United States, according to L2′s founder at the L2 Forum Nov. 10.
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Germany’s Montblanc is casting its support for peace with a pen honoring the fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago.
British jeweler Astley Clarke is telling a craftsmanship narrative from a technology perspective to underscore how a modern luxury brand finds success.
Luxury advertisers such as Christian Dior and Chanel promoted personal care lines in the November issue of Tatler to address the cover story’s theme of “Rebel Beauty.”
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. is giving consumers an immersive experience surrounding its T collection through an installation at the Dia:Chelsea Gallery in New York.
Despite a sales growth of 2 percent in the six month period ending Sept. 30, Swiss luxury conglomerate Richemont’s profits dropped 23 percent to around $1.126 billion.
Jeweler Lagos is working to increase awareness among W magazine’s readers with mobile advertisements touting the brand’s designs.
Swiss watchmaker Breguet was awarded one of the watch industry’s most prestigious awards at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève for its Classique Chronométrie timepiece.
British jeweler De Beers has released a new Web site to produce an updated space for the brand’s online presence.
Switzerland’s Vacheron Constantin is celebrating the Year of the Goat with a limited-edition Metiers d’Art Legend of the Chinese Zodiac timepiece.