Movado’s ceo Efraim Grinberg sat down with Mvmt’s founders to review its successes and future growth.
The Italian eyewear group, owner of brands such as Ray-Ban and Persol, and a licensee for the likes of Giorgio Armani, Burberry, Prada and Versace, confirmed its outlook for 2018 with sales growth of 2 percent.
The trio is pairing 120 vintage timepieces with fashion styles in the run up to the Dec. 5 auction in New York.
The former head of footwear at Azzedine Alaia, Samuele Failli debuted his namesake shoe label in 2017.
Spanish actress Úrsula Corberó is featured in the campaign for the collection, the first for the house in four years.
While accessory trends are slow-moving, buyers did note a new, feminine tone in luxury collections for spring 2019.
The Italian luxury footwear company has opened a boutique at Las Vegas’ Wynn hotel and is gearing up to inaugurate a flagship at Hong Kong’s Harbour City.