“We don’t want to be intimidating because we believe beauty should be for everybody,” Tiffany & Co. chief executive officer Alessandro Bogliolo said of the American jewelry brand’s new store concept.
Typically, November and December is when big holiday movies likely to be in awards contention are doing promotional pushes, which means lots of red carpet opportunities, and lots of jewelry.
“The entire landscape around design has changed.” said James Miller, chief executive officer and chief creative officer.
Titled “Pull Back the Curtain,” the event will air virtually on Dec. 6.
The piece was created by L.A. designer Kendall Conrad for Project Zero.
“Retail is going through this ugly adolescence and everyone is trying to figure out what do do with it,” Perron said.
The L.A. retailer is spreading the love.
The collection, $50 to $300, will be sold online.
The designer is doubling down on Las Vegas retail.
The Period Company wraps in themes of self-empowerment and sustainability (each year in the U.S., approximately 12 billion pads and seven billion tampons end up in landfills) with a call to activism.
The desert is calling — and people are answering for a weekend, a month and permanently: “It’s the vacation in your backyard.”
The biennial art exhibition is slated for Feb. 6 to April 11, 2021, at outdoor sites spanning 40 miles in the Coachella Valley.
“I want to do for cannabis what Dunhill did for cigarettes with the well-designed lighter and cigarette box, that is my business model,” said Armen Gregorian.