A growing number of watch brands are seeking to move away from third parties to instead sell direct to consumers. Retailers will have to reinvent themselves.
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There is no other women's motorsport event like it: the Richard Mille Rallye des Princesses has completed its 20th edition after 1,700 kilometres through beautiful French countryside.
Richard Mille has unveiled a 200-component bracelet in Carbon TPT® and titanium weighing just 29 grams. Thirteen months in development, it makes its debut on the RM 07-01 Ladies.
Innovation, performance and precision: Formula 1 racing and watches have a lot in common.
In its latest report on the 100 largest luxury goods companies globally, Deloitte consultancy firm discusses the factors that will secure future growth – and these no longer include history and heritage.
Gold no longer has the monopoly on precious stones. After ceramic and Carbon TPT®, Richard Mille shows off another facet of its gem-setting expertise with this Gemset Sapphire RM 07-02.
The numbers speak for themselves: 15 automakers have stayed away from the 89th Geneva Motor Show (March 7-17), including Volvo, Land Rover, Opel and Abarth. Watchmakers too are conspicuous by their absence. The mechanical emulation that used to be part of the show's charm no longer keeps the dream alive. At least not on the floor.