Cristina d’Agostino is a journalist specialized in the luxury industry. For seven years starting in 2012 she oversaw the special edition Luxury Tribune, published by the Swiss business magazine Bilan. From 1994 to 2008 she held key communication and marketing posts at a number of leading watch brands.
Cristina D’Agostino's articles
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?
The Swiss watchmaking brand Hublot recently signed the number one tennis player Novak Djokovic. The opportunity for Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of the brand, to explain the strategic repositioning of the Maison, after automotive sponsoring came to a stop.
It is in Le Lieu, on the shores of the lac de Joux, that the Muse Rolling longboards are produced. Chic and sustainable, they are the new way of seeing ecomobility “made in Switzerland”.
During his stay in Switzerland, the actor tells how his approach to the artistic world and his few Swiss qualities enabled him to grow and last in Hollywood, where he settled ten years ago.
Between great productions, intimist proposals, and virtual reality films, the 78th edition of the Mostra definitively positions the Venice film festival as one of the significant happenings able to influence the cinema industry. Its director, Alberto Barbera, talks about strategies.
The first episode of our “Let’s Talk Luxury” podcast series hosted by Cristina D’Agostino features two leading experts in the field: Chris Grainger-Herr, CEO of […]
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.
New main partner of the Mostra, the Venice International Film Festival, Cartier aims at making it into a multidimensional platform for artistic exchanges and conversations.
After the war, humanity is entitled to dream again. Technological discoveries accompany great expeditions. Watchmaking then invents Tool watches, capable of resisting extreme conditions. Our summer series “A time a watch” continues and explores the fifties.
Each era has its style, each generation has its modernity. For a hundred years, great artistic movements have generated works that have marked their time. Watchmaking is no exception. Our summer series “A Time, a Watch” begins with the Art Deco movement.
Appointed head of Montblanc’s watch division in January 2021, Laurent Lecamp is aiming at six to eight months in order to infuse a new direction to the watch brand Montblanc