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Haute couture house Chanel has just celebrated its 30th anniversary in watchmaking with a complete offer demonstrating its main guiding principle: technique at the service of beauty.
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After last year’s luxury boom, Hermès International wants to maintain the momentum with a revamped website that lets well-heeled shoppers buy everything from $600 silk scarves to $6,000 jumping saddles without leaving the Jackson Hole ranch.
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The company’s first European AI research centre to be in Cambridge, UK.
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One need not read seminal studies to see how Asian luxury travelers are growing in numbers and are increasingly impossible to pigeonhole as generic "upmarket" tourists.
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Cover image credit: Chanel. Image: Première Chanel watch designed in 1987.
Published on Feb. 9, 2018 under Analysis