Big budget proof that watches (especially around this time of year) drive the luxury dream.
"Every trademark that knows how to apply the rules that govern the career of a movie star to itself will become immortal"
Half the battle is the bottle.
For Cartier's La Panthère,
Africa, the land of sun and heat, is a bold inspiration for this new Cartier collection.
White gold, one 21.13-carat cushion-shaped orange tourmaline, one cabochon-cut rutilated quartz, mandarin garnet beads, brown diamond beads, obsidian, brilliants.
The impact of all of that is the aesthetic double-whammy of a house that knows its nuances all to well.
There's stationary and that idea is pretty old school. Then there's vintage stationary as a collectible which is old school unto the perverse extreme.
Hermes, too, would probably love to put a bid in as brand pioneers.
I ought to be ashamed of myself, actually, for that title slug... "The New Chapter".
Luxury brands are jumping on the multichannel campaign bandwagon to spread the word about new products.
“Any time you can have someone else communicate on behalf of a brand in a very in-the-know kind of way, it’s more impactful and authentic than the brand doing it themselves.”
Talk about distilling your image into pure architectural spectacle.
Transparency is a recurring feature of your architecture. What does it express?
Cameron Russell once called me a "giiiiiiirl" because I like my punk inflected jewelry to have a serious luxe finish.
Whatever will Yeezy WEAR!
I cannot wait
"The mystery and the convulsive beauty of voodoo statuary"
The Foundation Cartier on April 4 will launch a new exhibit presenting an exceptional group of vodun objects