A weekly roundup of what you might have missed in the jewelry and luxury world.
The future of exports in the US
Donald Trump will meet eight of the first fashion US retailers to discuss the possible duties’ increase: Target, Best Buy and JC Penney. The possible meeting will focus on the fiscal reform and the infrastructures development.
Source: Pambianco News
See Now Buy Now model
New York Fashion Week has adopted the See Now Buy now model. Did it work? The New York Times talks about the brands that have chosen this way, from Ralph Lauren to Tommy Hilfiger.
Source: New York Times
Beyoncé at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards
At the last 59th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony, held on February 12, Beyoncé looked amazing wearing a very important headpiece and jewels made by House of Malakai, an innovative brand that specializes in intricate, 3-D–produced jewelry and accessories.
Source: JCK Online Photo: Getty Image
Bella Hadid for Oscar de la Renta at the NYFW
During last New York Fashion Week the model of the moment appeared at Oscar de la Renta’s Fall 2017 show wearing an evening look included a gorgeous strapless velvet gown with an asymmetrical hemline matched with an amazing pair of silver and diamond chandelier ear cuffs.
Source: Daily Mail
David Yurman and Bruce Weber, postcards from paradise
American jewelry designer David Yurman has just launched the new SS2017 campaign, shot by legendary fashion photographer Bruce Weber in the heavenly coral cay archipelago of the Florida Keys. The campaign featured supermodels Natalia Vodianova and Taylor Hill, portrayed in a laid-back atmosphere that embodies the concept of graceful and desirable, yet attainable, luxury.
Source: Luxury Daily
Faberge debuts in India
The iconic luxury brand, famous for its legendary “eggs”, is making its debut in India where it will lay roots in Delhi and Mumbai. The news shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise, considering that Peter Carl Faberge’s royal clientele originally extended as far as the Maharaja of Bikaner, who in the 1930s purchased a stunning Faberge presentation box, embellished by the Romanov double eagle in rose diamond. Now, the company will drive its expansion focusing on this area in order to “ride” its growth in economy and wealth.
Source: Economic Times