The three companies unveiled a partnership to launch one of the first Swiss smart watches in the luxury market by year’s end.
— March 19, 2015
The musician dubs the tech-y collaboration with the Italian brand “fashion-ology.”
The decline was mainly due to a steep downturn in Hong Kong.
Jean-Claude Biver, head of the watch division at LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, is on the road more often than not, drumming up business for Tag Heuer, Hublot and Zenith.
Bensoussan's arrival at Kering signaled that, while it is a relatively modest player in hard luxury, the French group is serious about growing the category.
Juggling currency swings and adjusting prices is key to surviving in a difficult market.
Bausele is the first Australian watch brand to take its products to Baselworld.
Smartwatches, pricing and an unexpected death cast a shadow over the press day ahead of the Baselworld fair.
— March 18, 2015
The brand is returning to the accessories realm with a line of watches done in partnership with Q&amp;Q, a Japan-based subsidiary of Citizen Watch Co.
— March 17, 2015