Irina Shayk is among the protagonists of the series promoting the brand's D-Styling bag.
The Vincent Bérard brand will relaunch as a green label in September, while other watchmakers are leading the sustainable conversation.
When Georges Kern jumped ship in 2017 for Breitling, the watch world was stunned. Kern, flamboyant scion of a German jewelry family, had gained an international reputation as a marketing whiz. For 15 years, he had personified, with much razzmatazz and a heavy dose of Hollywood, the rise of the IWC brand owned by Compagnie Financiére Richemont. Moving to an established, but slightly sleepy, rival sports watchmaker best known for chunky aviator’s models seemed retrograde. Owned since 1979 by the reclusive Schneider family, relatively small and independent Breitling was overshadowed by behemoths like Rolex, IWC and Swatch Group’s Omega, making it a perpetual takeover candidate. Ultimately, Breitling’s buyer wasn’t another watchmaker, typifying an industry in rapid consolidation, but private equity. In its first foray into watchmaking, European group CVC Capital Partners coughed up a widely reported — and hefty — 800 million euros for an initial 80 percent, subsequently buying out the rest of the company. Kern’s move was all the more surprising as he had only recently been promoted to supervise all the Richemont group’s watch brands. That lined him up alongside Jérôme Lambert as a future leader of the world’s second-biggest luxury goods group, under the ever-watchful eye of executiveRead More...
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The luxury executive has long exuded style, grace and wisdom in reshaping brands and encouraging designers and colleagues.
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Designers share views on New York Fashion Week, the CFDA Fashion Awards, NYFW: Men's, and programming.
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