All those who have never heard of Luigi Pirandello's "Six Characters in Search of an Author", raise your hand. That's quite a show of hands! Where is this going? I'll explain...
Articles on the subject: Point of View
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.
A screening room is where we caught up with Tim Burton whose latest film, “Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children", a screen adaptation of the children's book with Eva Green in the title role, will be released this autumn. Comfortably seated, we set out to discover what goes on in the mind and on the wrist of this most unconventional of directors.
The Earth’s satellite waxes and wanes on countless wrists as if it were a decorative element without any real function. Thus deprived of its deep meaning, the moon has sadly become an increasingly commonplace motif.
"Survival means knowing how to adapt." Philippe Belais, CEO of Vaudaux 1908, Geneva's oldest luxury leather "gainerie", looks back at the company's golden years, its trials and tribulations, and how it is reconquering markets.