A journalist at the Expansion, Journal du Dimanche, then Head of the economic department at Le Point from 1999 to 2009, she has been working for various magazines since her arrival in Switzerland. She has also published a biography on Pierre Bergé, a friend of Yves Saint Laurent and co-founder with the couturier of the eponymous luxury group. In addition, every year she actively participates in the organisation of a book festival in a Parisian high school.
Béatrice Peyrani's articles
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.
The Richemont Group is teaming up with Chinese online sales giant Alibaba for a major investment in Farfetch, to open up new luxury channels in China. This deal reflects the acceleration of the digitalization of sales, but it could definitively shift the strategic center of gravity of luxury goods from Europe to China.
The Galliera Museum will be exhibiting the first major retrospective about Gabrielle Chanel until March 14th, 2021, in Paris. All controversy about the woman’s complex personality aside, the Fashion Museum offers a masterful presentation of the legendary designer’s work.
With Covid-19, women’s beauty routines are being challenged: hidden lips, fragile skin, highlighted eyes. Facing these new needs, brands are offering unique products and clients are turning to online sales and digital tools.
How resilient have the different brands that make up Comité Colbert been? It’s too early to say. Comité Colbert brings together fourteen different luxury sectors […]