As the world’s most highly anticipated show closes its doors for another year, we wanted to bring you our findings, what we thought of the show and most importantly what were the best and most talked about 2018 releases.
Rolex is a watch brand that has long been associated with prestige and power. Worn by some of the most important people in history, Rolex watches make a statement about the men and women who wear them.
There is a magic surrounding Rolex. A tangible sense of prestige and desirability that makes it the most sought-after luxury watch brand in the world. Some of this magic comes from impeccable quality and design. Some from its long and prestigious history. And some from its most famous celebrity wearers.
TAG Heuer is a brand that juggles an extraordinary past with a modern outlook. Their remarkable chronographs are legendary in motor racing and, in the 1920s, they even provided specialist timepieces for the Olympics.
TAG Heuer is a brand that often makes its way on to most wanted watch lists. And it’s not hard to see why. With a distinguished heritage, celebrity endorsements and some seriously good-looking watches, it is a luxury brand that is incredibly appealing to a wide range of watch lovers.
With the impending royal nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this year, the world eagerly awaits the finer details of the big day. The church has been decided, the stag party is rumoured to be taking place in Verbier, and no doubt the all-important dress is well underway.
More and more of us are choosing the bespoke route when it comes to luxury goods. From sofas to handbags and engagement rings, we’re looking for something that is unique and one of a kind. Pietro Beccari, president and CEO of Fendi, said recently, “In our era, customisation is the ultimate expression of luxury.” “We are combining our client’s needs of luxurious exclusivity with the Maison’s perfect blend of tradition and innovation.”
Coco Chanel draped in Art Deco jewellery The Art Deco period was a time of high fashion and enormous social change. Spanning the 1910s into the 1930s, Art Deco embraced a huge melting pot of ideas and aesthetics that came together to create one of history’s most iconic looks.
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