TAG Heuer has launched the Racer smartphone, “the first luxury phone crafted for high performance” according to the Swiss luxury watchmaker.
To mark the start of the London Olympics, Tod’s has brought this season’s accessories together in a mini animation, featuring the Gommino mocassin,My Colors bracelets, D-Bag tote and Greca belt that come to life as Olympic athletes…
Bottega Veneta has unveiled a video providing viewers with an insight into the concept behind its Fall/Winter 2012 campaign shot by photographer Erwin Olaf.
Model Aymeline Valade stars in the ads, while Dutch photographer Olaf, who has a background in journalism, was behind the lens.
California winery Chandon has released a limited-edition bottle of patriotic sparkling wine in time for the summer Olympics decked out in red, white and blue stripes.
The limited edition Brut Classic is made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, and blended with 10 to 20 percent Reserve wines from previous harvests.
True to its historic roots located in an exceptional place between lake and forests in the Vallée de Joux, Jaeger-LeCoultre remains particularly concerned by and involved in the integration of its Manufacture within its natural environment.
Since July, observant visitors can spot ten hives installed in front of the entrance of the Grand Watchmaking House, or Grande Maison as it is known in French.
For the 17th year, US-based Travel+Leisure Magazine published the results of the 50 World’s best hotels according to a readers’ survey.
The magazine asked its readers to answer a questionnaire developed by its editors from December 1, 2011, to March 31, 2012. Results were published online early this month and will appear in the magazine’s August print issue.
The poll by market research firm Ipsos found that Chinese buyers preferred to shop on the mainland for luxury goods in five of its seven categories — watches, cosmetics, clothes, shoes, and wines and cigars.
Those were just a few of the culinary titbits to emerge from the latest reunion of the select club of chefs who ply their trade on behalf of some of the most powerful men and women on the planet.
Hermès has created outfits for the French Olympic equestrian show jumping and eventing teams.
The French fashion house has released a sketch, which includes a navy, blazer-style jacket, featuring red lapels.
The piece has been tailored using a light, flexible technical fabric, enabling the players to move comfortably.
Andrew Lewicki knows that people have gotten used to seeing luxury brands extend their influence into other industries.
From bicycles to tennis, rugby, football and golf balls, not to mention every kind of object and gadget, luxury brands have left their stamp on a multitude of products.
This time, fashionistas who are already dreaming of soft, yummy, branded waffles in the morning will have to wait, as this branded waffle maker is not for sale.
Benetti will bring the recently delivered 61 metre Diamonds Are Forever to this year’s Cannes Boat Show, making it the largest yacht ever to be on display at the show.
Built in 2011 and with a guest allowance of 12, Diamonds has four decks (complete with an elevator) and plenty of room for relaxing and entertainment.
Specialist A. Kahn Design from Bradford, UK has released their program for the Aston Martin Rapide.
Finished in a sexy shade of Onyx Black, the Rapide has been dressed with a matte black front bumper grille mesh, hood vents in billet aluminum, black brake calipers, matte black side vent grilles and tinted privacy glass
Other upgrades include the addition of sports exhaust, tinted glass, and RSX-F wheels with 21-inch rims in platinum silver finish.