Revisiting watch models from the Twenties and Forties, the label retells its past as it hopes to gain ground in the U.S. market.
The brand launches a hybridized connected watch today with an eye toward recapturing market share and consumer loyalty.
The Swiss watchmaker looks to expand the definition of luxury service with a new at-home delivery service powered by Enjoy.
With demand for watches finally showing signs of improvement, optimism is slowly creeping back into the sector.
Seward relocates to the U.S. following a string of postings for the haute horology house.
The company is in the fifth year of the program that benefits the United Nations World Food Programme, and so far has delivered over 15 million meals to children in need.
He replaces Jean-Paul Girardin, who will become Breitling’s vice president.
Kern, a Richemont veteran, is leaving for an entrepreneurial opportunity.
The watchmaker’s self-funded retrospective will include a limited-edition retail element.