Santos, Tank, Ballon Bleu and Panthère watches sit alongside the Love and Juste Un Clou bracelets; a Trinity ring anchors the lineup.
Art works and luxury experiences are up for grabs with the participation of Louis Vuitton, Dior, Vacheron Constantin and Cartier.
Stores have been seeing an uptick in jewelry sales throughout the year and are gearing up for a high-traffic festive season.
Burberry, Chloé, Balenciaga and Valentino released exclusive items, while Prada offered gifts to boost sales during the shopping festival.
The London store has published its 2019-20 numbers, before COVID-19 quarantines and lockdowns took hold, and altered the face of British retail.
Richemont’s chairman said the China-focused, global partnership with Farfetch and Alibaba will help smaller luxury players “fight giants like Amazon,” and give fashion and accessories brands greater access to a market with explosive growth.
The brand has embraced partnerships with the public sector.
The jeweler has designed an experiential space in its Harrods boutique to delve into the history of its signature Panthère collections and reconnect with its London community.
The Dubai-based marketplace will offer high-demand or rare fashion, accessories and fine jewelry items at dynamic price points based on what’s trending and in-demand.
The executive comes to the luxury timepiece and jewelry house from Condé Nast U.S.
In response to a lack of tourists, European brands are compensating by taking their high-end products and fashion shows to consumers in their home markets.
Analyst Erwan Rambourg spells out his case in his latest book, “Future Luxe.”