Luxury and ballet have long been criticized for promoting elitism. While today’s society demands inclusivity and innovation, the two mediums risk reinforcing outdated traditions. Collaborations in the Post-Covid era pose a compelling opportunity to evolve. This article, written by Meredith Hunter-Mason, is one of the two winning texts of the writing competition developed by Luxury Tribune and addressed to the MBA students of the University IESEG School of Management in Paris and Lille
According to the latest Bain & Company report “Rerouting the future” in collaboration with Fondazione Altagamma in its latest update, the luxury sector has rebounded […]
Business & Trends
From comfort shoes to luxury shoes, the strategy behind Birkenstock’s atypical journey. This article, written by Abigail Grace Stover, is one of the two winning texts of the writing competition developed by Luxury Tribune and addressed to the MBA students of the University IESEG School of Management in Paris and Lille
Style & Experiences
Watches & Jewellery
Bulgari launched its new Eden High Jewellery collection in the heart of the French capital on 7 June. In his interview, Jean-Christophe Babin explains why the demand for exceptional pieces remains strong and states that the increase in sales over one year is in double digits
Fashion supply chains are usually long and murky with most brands still unable to know where their clothes come from, even less who has made them and in which conditions. Yet positive social impact and transparency are essential steps on the path to sustainability.