Over the years, Hautlence has cultivated the art of breaking rules. The HL2.3 Punk with its unique and unexpected aesthetic is in line with this spirit.
Vacheron Constantin has called upon the Arianee consortium to activate and deploy its digital certification via Blockchain technology. This authentication offers an unparalleled certification and traceability service, with the ongoing objective of combating counterfeiting.
The world's second-largest luxury group moves ahead with its project to separate its tobacco interests from its luxury business, which will have its head office in Switzerland.
As the recent Intellectual Property Day at Geneva University's School of Law clearly spelled out, counterfeiting is a global scourge and the weapons with which to fight it still lack bite. The last in a three-part file.
PPR has taken a 23% stake to become a minority shareholder in the Sowind Group, owner of the Girard-Perregaux and JeanRichard brands. Luigi Macaluso, Chairman and CEO of Sowind, talks about the transaction that was announced in June.
The brand, which recently moved into new production facilities in Meyrin, just outside Geneva, is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year with five new models, each in the image of a company that is intent on going its own way.
Step over the threshold at Manufacture Janvier in Sainte-Croix and you immediately understand that this is a temple to watchmaking in the most traditional sense, although not without some concessions to modern technology.
De Bethune's two founders share a passion for technical innovation and use science to create timepieces that are also masterpieces.