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Cristina D’Agostino

Cristina D’Agostino

Luxury Tribune

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

Collectors buy their childhood dreams
Car & High Tech

Collectors buy their childhood dreams

The auction market has been spectacularly growing over the last few months. The automotive and watchmaking sectors attract investors, whose profiles have changed. David R. Seyffer Museum Curator at IWC Shaffhausen and Paul Gaucher Motor Cars Europe Specialist at Bonhams explore these evolutions.

By Cristina D’Agostino

“My approach is intuitive, without a business plan, but with an absolute aesthetic ideal”.
Strategy

“My approach is intuitive, without a business plan, but with an absolute aesthetic ideal”.

As part of our feature on the new luxury entrepreneurs, Luxury Tribune offers a series of portraits of designers who dare the absolute luxury, who bet on “ultrabespoke”, without compromise. The first in this series is Céline Surdez, Swiss designer of the brand Pardessus19.

By Cristina D’Agostino

LVMH and Kering continue to grow, despite Chinese economic downturn
Business

LVMH and Kering continue to grow, despite Chinese economic downturn

The latest figures announcing significant growth in the luxury industry at LVMH and Kering coincide with a disappointing result of China’s GDP. What are the consequences on the sector? Our analysis.

By Cristina D’Agostino

Cristina D’Agostino
Opinion

The perilous challenge of Chinese storytelling

By Cristina D’Agostino

Cartier at the Mostra: the art of intertwining worlds
Strategy

Cartier at the Mostra: the art of intertwining worlds

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.

By Cristina D’Agostino

“I created La Voie Parfum as an olfactive language”
Innovation & Know-How

“I created La Voie Parfum as an olfactive language”

As part of our series on new luxury entrepreneurs, Coralie Chappat presents herself as the alchemist of fragrances. Through a series of unique sensory experiences, the tailormade perfume she offers reveals the hidden side of each person.

By Cristina D’Agostino

“We should dare to mix artistic universes”
Business

“We should dare to mix artistic universes”

Françoise Adam, the new Director at Christie’s Geneva, is aiming at further cultural mix and opening minds on new artistic synergies. Portrait.

By Cristina D’Agostino

“Bernard Arnault challenges us about very specific issues”
Strategy

“Bernard Arnault challenges us about very specific issues”

Heading the Bulgari brand for the past two years, Antoine Pin is aiming at setting up strategies that will allow the jewelry brand to quickly capture new clients.

By Cristina D’Agostino

The James Bond film “No Time to Die” finally on the screens. How did the partners adapt?
Strategy

The James Bond film “No Time to Die” finally on the screens. How did the partners adapt?

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?

By Cristina D’Agostino

“Novak Djokovic is a legend, an opinion leader”
Strategy

“Novak Djokovic is a legend, an opinion leader”

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.

By Cristina D’Agostino

What does the future hold for the luxury market in Japan?
StrategyAcademic

What does the future hold for the luxury market in Japan?

Since the 1980s, Japan has been one of the largest markets for luxury goods, making a significant contribution to shaping the global industry. In his study, Professor Pierre-Yves Donzé analyses the different strategies used by Western companies to penetrate the Japanese market, how they changed their strategy over time, what they have learned from this market, but also, more recently, the reasons for their stagnation.

By Cristina D’Agostino

“The Mostra has proven its influence over films that are competing for the Oscars”
Business

“The Mostra has proven its influence over films that are competing for the Oscars”

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.

By Cristina D’Agostino

PODCAST. Luxury and digitalisation, the leading path to winning over consumers?
Innovation & Know-How

PODCAST. Luxury and digitalisation, the leading path to winning over consumers?

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 […]

By Cristina D’Agostino

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