Luxury watches are like the vehicles of the fashion industry. Once paid for, there is a high probability of depreciation.
U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. saw worldwide net sales of $1.8 billion for the first half of 2016, a 7 percent decrease from the year-ago.
Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is putting its “Don’t crack under pressure” mantra to good use as it prepares to be the first luxury brand to market from Mars.
The Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry saw no improvement in fine watch sales for the month of July.
Japanese jeweler Mikimoto is highlighting the modern woman and the versatility of pearls for its new campaign effort.
As the summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro come to a close Aug. 21, it is likely that many of the event’s most-decorated athletes are in talks with brands for endorsement contracts.
Lifestyle publication Robb Report is delving into readers’ passion points with the introduction of an online broadcast series presented in real time.
British jeweler Boodles is celebrating sport and heritage by putting consumers’ shooting skills to the test in a bid to win incredible prizes.
Swiss jeweler Piaget is encapsulating the ambiance of a late summer afternoon in vibrant party-ready pieces.
Precision-cut crystal maker Swarovski has teamed with publishing house Condé Nast to relaunch Salt, a glossy print title.