Boucheron, Chanel, Van Cleef & Arpels were among the handful of houses with full collections; Dior and Chaumet plan launches in March.
The Place Vendôme jewelry house unveils an Art Deco-flavored collection this week.
Mars executive Berta de Pablos-Barbier succeeds Stéphane Baschiera, who will retire after 24 years in LVMH’s wines and spirits division.
Chaumet drew on architecture, Boucheron sought to capture the lightness of air and Cartier borrowed patterns in the natural world.
Forging deeper, personal ties with high-end clients, the executive has also launched e-commerce systems in France and Japan.
Patrizio Miceli, head of creative agency Al Dente, is helping brands develop content tailored to digital platforms like Netflix and Twitch.
Vuitton showed its famed Soweto diamond, Dior offered gradient, rainbow-colored pieces and Boucheron focused on the question mark necklace.
Ceo Hélène Poulit-Duquesne discusses the brand’s new high-jewelry collection, global markets and why she considers the house “a 160-year-old start-up.”
Albert Bensoussan has left after five years to pursue personal projects, the French luxury group said.
He replaces Sophie Boilley, who was at the company since 2017.
Gong Li, Uma Thurman and Fanny Ardant joined the well-heeled international crowd that packed the sprawling historic flagship.
He joins founders Guillaume Delacroix and Wassim Saliba, becoming executive director at the communications agency.
An upper floor, dubbed “Le 26″ and operated by The Ritz, can serve as an apartment for the house’s most exclusive clients.
The Paris store partnered with Boucheron and the jewelry house’s movie-star ambassador for the elaborate fantasy displays.
The limited-edition pieces show the historic high jewelry house’s themes of ivy and the Place Vendôme as it marks its 160th anniversary.
The debut of Naia™ Renew is informed by consumers' enduring need for sustainably made, comfortable apparel.