Leather craftsmanship meets Haute Horlogerie in a unique pocket watch featuring the T-Rex from the Aaaaargh! silk scarf, designed by Alice Shirley.
Patek Philippe introduces two new dials with applied Arabic numerals in gold to the Twenty~4 collection.
After cutting the ribbon at its first flagship store in Hong Kong on Christmas Day 2009, Corum continues to expand its network, with the brand's second store scheduled to open in Shanghai, home of World Expo, this June.
According to BernsteinResearch, the Internet is moving to the top of luxury companies' agenda for two reasons: softer European legislation pending on online sales, and the spectacular rise of a number of dedicated sites.
The phenomenon of counterfeiting has now reached an unprecedented scale. The value of the global counterfeit goods market could grow from $5.5 billion in 1982 to nearly $600 billion in 2010, which is 10% of world trade, according to Eric Woerth, the former French budget minister.
Price still isn't an obstacle for consumers of high-end products, although it plays a bigger part than before in purchasing decisions, according to a recent survey by OpinionWay for the International Luxury Business Association.
From its first incarnation with a barrel-shaped case, Chapter One from Maîtres du Temps now lends itself to a round case that is “architecturally-inspired,” in the words of this association of watchmakers, and still with the same fascinating combination of complications.