The investment banker-turned-jeweler is overseeing the relaunch of the company’s web site as it expands its consignment offer.
Hit by waning demand and the rise of smartwatches, the industry’s leading showcase is set to welcome 600 to 700 exhibitors in 2018.
Sotheby’s had hoped to set a new record with the 37.3-carat Raj Pink, the centerpiece of its sale in Geneva.
The “Vendôrama” show in January will take visitors on an interactive journey from the creation of a jewelry piece to its presentation.
The maker of merino wool men’s activewear hopes to add points of sale in Paris, Milan, London, Tokyo and Los Angeles.
Lafayette Anticipations will open its doors on March 10, 2018, almost four years after the project was first unveiled.
The British actress sings “Le Tourbillon de la vie,” made famous by Jeanne Moreau on the soundtrack of the 1962 movie “Jules et Jim.”
The designer did not comment on the controversy over his comments on TV last weekend criticizing German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The upscale grocery store in the tony 16th arrondissement marks the latest addition to the French capital’s burgeoning food retail scene.
Outgoing Dior ceo Sidney Toledano will take over as executive chairman of LVMH Fashion Group.
The charter on the well-being of models introduced by Kering and LVMH had wide-ranging effects across the industry this season.
The house will accompany the young talents competing for the award for most promising actor or actress at France’s equivalent to the Oscars.
The sites will each employ around 250 craftspeople specialized in leather goods.