The unusual-looking dome-shaped face timepiece is geared to younger consumers.
The 8000-square-foot flagship is the lead-up to what will be two stores in New York, the second bowing at the Hudson Yards development in March 2019.
Trade show organizers scramble to shore up their events while brands reconsider the tradition in a digital age.
The chief executive officer explains that the partnership is more than just a product licensing agreement.
The Swiss watchmaker worked with the brokerage OSL, which predicted that Bitcoin-driven luxury purchases would grow.
Movado’s ceo Efraim Grinberg sat down with Mvmt’s founders to review its successes and future growth.
The trio is pairing 120 vintage timepieces with fashion styles in the run up to the Dec. 5 auction in New York.
The La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland-based watchmaker plans more intimate events around the world.
Sales growth this year has hit the double-digit range, percentage-wise, according to Hublot ceo Ricardo Guadalupe.
The departures follow the exit of Swatch Group’s labels from Baselworld, throwing the relevance of trade shows into question.
The watch industry veteran will stay on as non-executive president, with a focus on passing on his expertise.