Luxury houses such as Christian Dior and Chopard are rallying together to celebrate the 68th Cannes Film Festival through initiatives honoring their cinematic ties and the industry as a whole.
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Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is setting up shop in Saint-Tropez for the summer months to reach affluent travelers as they vacation in the small village.
Richemont-owned jeweler Piaget is proving it can keep up with competitors by releasing a modern campaign for the Possession ring that was easily shared on social media.
U.S. jeweler Lagos is working with nonprofit organization Keep Memory Alive to fight memory disorders by donating 100 percent of the proceeds from a new exclusive collection to the charity.
French jeweler Van Cleef & Arpels is educating New York-based consumers on watchmaking through a course led by the brand’s school.
The 56th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition in Italy celebrated its opening weekend May 9, and many luxury brands used the opportunity to connect with the affluent consumers who frequent the event.
Danish jeweler Georg Jensen is honoring women making a positive impact in the world by sponsoring the seventh annual Women of Style Awards presented by InStyle Australia and automaker Audi.
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.
Leading up to Mother’s Day May 10, luxury brands are looking to help consumers show their maternal appreciation through thoughtful gifts.
Switzerland’s IWC Schaffhausen has released a teaser video to generate anticipation for its first mobile wearable accompaniment to its fine timepieces.