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McKinsey: Fine jewellery to see growth of 8-12% in next 5 years

McKinsey: Fine jewellery to see growth of 8-12% in next 5 years

McKinsey’s latest market report provides an overview of the fine jewellery and premium and ultra-luxury watches sectors, analysing the changes that will shape these markets over the next five years.
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Pyer Moss celebrates Black inventors in couture show

Pyer Moss celebrates Black inventors in couture show

The New York-based fashion brand led by Kerby Jean-Raymond hit the runway on Saturday, becoming the first Black designer to officially show on the couture schedule.
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Tiffany opens first Vietnamese store

Tiffany opens first Vietnamese store

The iconic NYC-based jeweller has opened its first physical retail location in Vietnam, in Hanoi’s up-market Trang Tien Plaza shopping center.
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Hermès reopens upsized Milan flagship

Hermès reopens upsized Milan flagship

​Hermès reopened its via Montenapoleone store in Milan on July 9 and said it starts a “a new chapter in the history that has linked Italy to the French house since 1987”.
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Watches of Switzerland plans EU entry, US leadership and UK growth

Watches of Switzerland plans EU entry, US leadership and UK growth

​Watches of Switzerland issued an ambitious strategy update on Thursday and aims to accelerate its growth by strengthening its UK luxury watch leadership, as well as becoming market leader in the US and entering the EU.
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Dior CEO Pietro Beccari on pop-ups; collabs and brand desirability

Dior CEO Pietro Beccari on pop-ups; collabs and brand desirability

Few management jobs anywhere are more high profile that being CEO of Christian Dior. The brand is a sacred institution in France, and quite probably the most famous French name of all time.
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Kingham exits Matchesfashion, won't be replaced

Kingham exits Matchesfashion, won't be replaced

​Matchesfashion has lost its global fashion director with Natalie Kingham having left the business, despite only recently being promoted to the role. She’s pursuing new opportunities.
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Theo Fennell buys stake in company from private equity backer

Theo Fennell buys stake in company from private equity backer

​The sale of private equity firm Endless’s stake in Theo Fennell has been completed with the luxury jeweller buying out his financial partner via TF Topco Limited.
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Pomellato opens Tmall store to reach young Chinese consumers

Pomellato opens Tmall store to reach young Chinese consumers

​Kering-owned luxury jeweller Pomellato has opened a flagship store on Alibaba’s Tmall as it targets a bigger share of the Chinese market.
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Paris Couture Day Two: Alexandre Vauthier, Ronald van der Kemp and Viktor & Rolf

Paris Couture Day Two: Alexandre Vauthier, Ronald van der Kemp and Viktor & Rolf

Paris couture is not just about dressing billionaires' wives. It’s also about experimentation, and fashionable irony, as seen in three collections Tuesday: Alexandre Vauthier, Viktor & Rolf and Ronald van der Kemp.
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Bulgari opens in Place Vendome, in latest Peter Marino luxury opus

Bulgari opens in Place Vendome, in latest Peter Marino luxury opus

Bulgari has opened a strategically placed flagship at the entrance to Place Vendome in Paris, the latest magnum opus by American architect Peter Marino.
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Mulberry to exit Paris store, but will open new location when tourism re-starts

Mulberry to exit Paris store, but will open new location when tourism re-starts

​Luxury group Mulberry said on Tuesday that its wholly owned French subsidiary is to end the lease of its store at 275 Rue Saint Honoré and exit the property early.
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Walpole launches film series to support British luxury and creativity

Walpole launches film series to support British luxury and creativity

​With 80% of its the UK’s luxury products being destined for export, the body representing many British luxury firms — Walpole — has launched a new campaign to promote the segment on the world stage.
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Tiffany & Co. hires Cartier veteran as jewelry design lead

Tiffany & Co. hires Cartier veteran as jewelry design lead

Tiffany & Co. has been keeping an eye on its competition, as well as its talent, with the appointment of Cartier veteran Nathalie Verdeille, as Tiffany’s vice president, artistic director of jewelry. 
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AMI spring/summer 2022: Uniquely commercial escapism

AMI spring/summer 2022: Uniquely commercial escapism

A moment of restrained escapism at AMI, with founder designer Alexandre Mattiussi creating a collection for a world finally emerging from Covid tentatively. Nothing tentative, however, about the brand's explosive growth.
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Signet Jewelers unveils sustainability goals for 2030

Signet Jewelers unveils sustainability goals for 2030

International jewelry retailer Signet Jewelers unveiled a set of 'Corporate Sustainability Goals' (CSGs) including both purpose-driven and sustainability-focused initiatives. 
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