The idea of sustainability hinges on meeting our needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs. Luxury seems an ideal industry to adopt sustainable measures; since quality, craftsmanship and durability are among its cornerstones. However, that doesn’t always translate into reality - this article explores why that is and what steps can … Continue reading The Common Future of Luxury and Sustainability
“Time and silence are the most luxurious things today” -Tom Ford 0.50 seconds, that is the time that Google needs to find more than 20bln results answering the question: “What is time?”. However, none of those is a precise explanation. For many, time is the period in which an action happens, for others, it is … Continue reading Time, the ultimate luxury
As the fashion world struggles through another pandemic-era couture season, the high jewelry presentations that traditionally accompany it during this period are more restrained than usual. Some major houses such as Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari and Chanel have postponed events until the next couture week, in July. But other houses, such as Cartier, De Beers, … Continue reading Innovation as a challenge for JEWELRY
Recently acquired by LVMH, Tiffany & Co. will sell engagement rings for men for the first time in its 184-year history. Amid reports of growing demand for fine jewelry among male shoppers, the new designs mark a major shift for this U.S. jewelry company, known for its classic engagement rings for women. Tiffany & Co. … Continue reading In the name of love and inclusivity, Tiffany launches its first men’s engagement ring.
During the pandemic the luxury watch industry is one of the industries that shows a decline as the sales of Swiss watches in 2020 compared to the previous year fell by 21.8%. The retail industry was one of the sectors that was hit the hardest amongst the economy. However, compared to for example the fashion … Continue reading Will the Luxury watch industry adapt to change?