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 personal style blogger, Lily O'Halloran.
Patek Philippe celebrated the opening of its Art of Watches exhibition in New York City last Thursday, launching several commemorative editions to mark the occasion. Patek Philippe president Thierry Stern was on hand to talk about the exhibition and the art of watchmaking.
When we focus on ourselves, when communication becomes simply an outpouring of ego, we lose sight of what is nonetheless a fundamental element in luxury, however much of a paradox it may seem: the absence of self-interest.
A mere three letters separate the ancients' mediocritas from today's mediocrity. And yet the two are worlds apart. Examples of mediocre individuals at the head of major companies are legion. And the luxury sector hasn't been spared.
One of Hollywood's most bankable actresses, Anne Hathaway is capable of playing any role. For her, a watch is more than just an accessory.
Eterna's newly minted CEO Davide Traxler has shattered a taboo by striking a deal that makes Amazon an official retailer. At Baselworld, the brand introduced the KonTiki Bronze Manufacture, positioned at a (genuinely) unbeatable price. Interview.