Girard-Perregaux unveils the 1966 East to West, in celebration of the 160th anniversary of its trading relationship with Japan, together with Darren Romanelli, the celebrated streetwear designer.
As confirmed by Richemont’s third-quarter results, jewellery sales remain strong to the point that jewellery is the most promising segment in the personal luxury goods market. Driving this growth: changing purchasing patterns and soaring demand among Chinese customers.
The new communication campaign defines Vacheron Constantin as a brand for connoisseurs, profoundly attached to human values. This spirit is represented by musicians Benjamin Clementine and James Bay, designer Ora Ito and photographer Cory Richards.
The year has got off to a resounding start for publicly-traded luxury companies, with double-digit growth and a strong outlook for the full twelve months. For watch companies, it's a similarly rosy picture.
The new Laureato 38mm and 34mm have arrived in a blaze of be-happy colour. Driven by quartz or mechanical automatic movements, they come in five shades, with the added allure of diamonds on the signature octagonal bezel.
The partnership signed between Porsche Motorsport and Chopard in 2014 hit a new high when Timo Bernhard set an all-time lap record on the legendary Nürburgring circuit at the wheel of his Porsche 919 Hybrid Evo. The German driver wore a Chopard Superfast Power Control Porsche 919 HF Edition.
At Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in January, Jaeger-LeCoultre introduced the Polaris collection, channelling a 1960s watch. This new range is now joined by the Polaris Geographic WT with a worldtime function.