No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond film, will finally hit the screens on 28 September after a delay of more than a year and a half. How have the partners, including the Swiss watch brand Omega, adapted?
Business & Trends
After leather goods, hospitality or winemaking, art book publishing seems to be ever more sought after by luxury groups. The latest buyback of the publishing house Citadelles & Mazenod by LVMH highlights this trend.
Style & Experiences
As the world’s second most polluting industry, the fashion industry is waking up to the value found in using existing resources in order to minimise its waste. Upcycling is slowly becoming the new trend emulating the second-hand and vintage market, and the luxury sector, from innovative high-end brands to pioneering independent designers, isn’t short of exciting, eco-friendly initiatives.
While the luxury industry has practically returned to its pre-covid sales level, American or Chinese consumers that are ready to spend over 5,000 euros are driving this recovery. Our analysis.
Entitled “Sixième Sens”, the Cartier high jewellery collection was unveiled to its clients last June. An opportunity for Cyrille Vigneron, Chairman and CEO of the brand, to explain the meaning that high jewellery should hold today.
The inauguration of Maja Hoffmann’s Luma Foundation in Arles last June 26 has been as much of a debate as the renewal of the Bourse de Commerce of Paris by billionaire and art collector François Pinault, a few days earlier. Our analysis.
After Château la Coste and Commanderie de Peyrassol, the Art Center of Bonisson recently launched in Provence, surrounded by its eponymous vineyard. Since the Rothschilds in Mouton over 80 years ago, the connections between art and wine have been increasing. A reasoned marriage?