After a forecast decline of 23% in 2020, Bain & Co expects the personal luxury goods market to gain in the region of 15% this year. All eyes are on the evolution of Covid-19, macroeconomic factors and the return of international travel.
Combining modern materials and a sophisticated design, the new SW embodies Jaquet Droz's watchmaking expertise in a powerful and versatile watch.
Harry Winston presents its first ever yellow gold watch, as part of the Emerald collection. Inspired by an era of smaller timepieces for women, the dark dial contrasts with sparkling diamonds to add glamour to every day.
Sister company to H. Moser & Cie, Precision Engineering is one of the few manufacturers with the capacity to develop and produce regulating organs and their components: balance springs, balances, levers and escape wheels. At last month's EPHJ fair, it presented the prototype for its first cylindrical balance spring.
The Glashütte firm has added two new styles to its Aqua line, both ideally suited to summer by the sea.
Breitling has opened its first flagship store in Asia, at WF Central in Beijing. Chief Executive Georges Kern cut the ribbon with Jacques Bothelin, captain of the Breitling Jet Team, actor Lei Jiayin, and actress and singer Han Xue.
True to its reputation as the watchmaker of the oceans, Ulysse Nardin has announced a new partnership with French kitesurfer Alex Caizergues, the kitespeed world record holder and the first person ever to exceed 100 km/hour on water using sail power.
As Industry 4.0 continues to develop, new professions will appear but there will still be a place for rare crafts. Businesses will have to take lucid decisions about where to make cuts in the workforce.