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As confirmed by Richemont’s third-quarter results, jewellery sales remain strong to the point that jewellery is the most promising segment in the personal luxury goods market. Driving this growth: changing purchasing patterns and soaring demand among Chinese customers.
What we consider to be signs of wealth are changing, influenced by concerns of sustainability and ethics. So, what does luxury mean in 2020, and what do arguably the pinnacle of luxury – diamonds - represent today?
At a special meeting this February 4th, stockholders of Tiffany & Co will vote on the merger agreement with LVMH for $16.2 billion. With Bulgari and Tiffany under its belt, the French luxury giant is intent on dominating the global jewellery market.
At $120 per share or €14.5 billion, LVMH's offer for Tiffany was judged too low. Now the battle is on between luxury mastodons, which includes Richemont and Kering, to take control of the storied American jeweller.
Innovative techniques, beautiful colours and lavish diamonds fuel the trend for jewellery watches. We take a look at the gem-studded timepieces that shine brightest on social media.
For three decades, the Geneva-based firm has been supplying the leading fine watch brands, with an unerring flair for the directions the industry is taking. It is also a longstanding advocate of ethical practices and sustainable development. Portrait of a company and the man behind it.
During the month of May, at Sotheby’s, Christie’s and a handful of other auction houses, Geneva becomes the centre of the world for antique and modern jewellery, exceptional coloured gems and extraordinary diamonds. Also in May, and for the second consecutive year, GemGenève opened at Palexpo, adding further sparkle to the city's image.