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Giorgio de Finis: “Art is too often exclusionary”

Art & Design

Giorgio de Finis: “Art is too often exclusionary”

In 2018, when Giorgio de Finis, anthropologist, filmmaker, and artist, launched his project “Macro Asilo” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, many knew it would be a revolutionary and experiential event.

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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

Blue-jeans now have a dedicated international festival
Art & Design

Blue-jeans now have a dedicated international festival

A true object of art, blue jeans now have their own international festival. Meetings and exhibitions celebrate the famous blue fabric in Genoa. Indeed, denim was not born in the country of cowboys, but in Italy. Our analysis.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Engelberg: the «Belle Epoque» glamour reborn
Travel & Wellness

Engelberg: the «Belle Epoque» glamour reborn

The «Belle Epoque» splendor and its four decades of carelessness forged Engelberg’s reputation, the Swiss alpine resort. Today, many investors are reviving the 1900s glamour.

By Cristina D’Agostino

“I was very ambitious. Then I lived my years in Hollywood”
Art & Design

“I was very ambitious. Then I lived my years in Hollywood”

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.

By Cristina D’Agostino

Magnifica, Bulgari’s high jewelry collection designed to match the greatest western fortunes
Watches & Jewellery

Magnifica, Bulgari’s high jewelry collection designed to match the greatest western fortunes

Never in the history of the jewelry house were this many extraordinary precious stones assembled in only one collection, unique in volumes and carats. Let’s decipher the ambitions of the roman jeweler in the post-covid era. Watch the show replay.

By Cristina D’Agostino

Luxury fashion steps up the green game at COP26
Fashion

Luxury fashion steps up the green game at COP26

The UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Change set new goals that its signatory brands must meet by no later than 2030. Will the fashion industry commit to reducing its carbon emissions and embrace environmental-friendly practices for future generations?

By Morgane Nyfeler

During the 1950s, free spirits conquered watchmaking
Watches & Jewellery

During the 1950s, free spirits conquered watchmaking

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.

By Cristina D’Agostino

Wines that give artists a voice
Art & Design

Wines that give artists a voice

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?

By Aymeric Mantoux

Music: a social revolution in luxury
Style & Experiences

Music: a social revolution in luxury

Music has always had the power to represent communities and people, while creating trends and evolutions. It has always been intrinsic to pop-culture and a reflection of society. Shaping each other at the peak of a cultural revolution, luxury uses their codes and is the great winner.

By Elena Cozza

Culture has to be the drive to 4.0 capitalism
Art & Design

Culture has to be the drive to 4.0 capitalism

How to boost culture in 2021? Giovanna Melandri, former Italian Minister of Culture, unveils new possible approaches in an exclusive interview for Luxury Tribune.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

The symbolic power of haute couture in 2021
Fashion

The symbolic power of haute couture in 2021

As luxury brands are looking to restore their clientele’s optimism at all costs, Haute Couture Maisons are capitalizing on their know-how, their heritage, and their imaginative storytelling for the 2021-2022 Fall-Winter collections.

By Sandra Krim

“European music mirrors our way of being together”
Style & Experiences

“European music mirrors our way of being together”

Jack Savoretti, a British author, composer and interpreter whose album Singing To Strangers earned him a global recognition, talks about the symbolic reach of his latest work Europiana, his musical dream, ranked at the top of UK charts.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Art Deco. Watchmaking looking to enjoy itself.
Watches & Jewellery

Art Deco. Watchmaking looking to enjoy itself.

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.

By Cristina D’Agostino

“Intertwining art and business is a way for us to stand out from our competitors”
Art & Design

“Intertwining art and business is a way for us to stand out from our competitors”

The Valmont Foundation, a Swiss cosmetics brand, recently invested its headquarters in a venetian palace. An opportunity to explore with its founder, Didier Guillon, the often-hidden ties between art and business.

By Aymeric Mantoux

“A hotel must reinvent itself as an urban club“
Travel & Wellness

“A hotel must reinvent itself as an urban club“

The pandemic has deeply modified the customer’s expectations of the hotel experience. More open into its surroundings, hotels will become multi-purpose living spaces. French architect Jean-Philippe Nuel, renowned for his luxury interior design, shares his ideas on the future of hospitality.

By Cécilia Pelloux

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