I know technology has transformed every area of our lives and work. These changes will probably be even harder to control. Which is precisely why, more than ever, we need the old sorcerers to work their magic.
Luxury and influence have long been intertwined. Within social media, few individuals succeed in reshaping self-identity and behaviour of online consumers. With ‘Tastemakers’, we aim to uncover these new authorities, whether they are creators or ‘coolhunters’. Today, we welcome Herdiana Surachman, creator of Deluxshionist.
She wowed as the James Bond Girl with the dynamite eyes in Casino Royale. As a witch, she grappled with Johnny Depp in Tim Burton's Dark Shadows. Now Eva Green is reunited with the director in Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. She tells us why she never wears a watch.
Aurélie Branchini and Masaki Kanazawa are both restorers of antique clocks and watches at the Musée International d’Horlogerie (MIH) in La Chaux-de-Fonds, under Daniel Curtit.
In the years when it seemed Swiss watchmaking could do no wrong, the Maisons listened only to their ego and turned a deaf ear to their most precious asset: their identity. Now that times are hard, the ego's echo is making itself heard.
An icon among TAG Heuer watches, the totemic racing chronograph, as worn by the legends of Formula 1, will be revealed in its latest version at Baselworld 2017. But what lies beneath a re-issue that is engineered to appeal to our emotions?
France's Syndicat National des Antiquaires called an early-morning press conference to present changes to the Biennale des Antiquaires. The coffee and croissants went down better than the announcement.