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Launching today, the program will offer trade-ins on timepieces towards the purchase of a new Grand Seiko at its U.S. boutiques.
Watchmakers from the publicly listed groups are often accused of being slow-moving and conservative while privately-owned brands are more nimble and innovative. Richemont’s Vacheron Constantin is proving to be the exception that rule, and is being rewarded with growing enthusiasm from consumers and retail partners across the world and particularly in the United States.
Full details and a confirmed opening date are still to be finalized, but Bucherer's chief commercial officer says Time Machine will be no ordinary multibrand showroom.
A three year deal with rival British bike maker Norton was quietly shelved last month, making way for Triumph to roar into Breitling showrooms.
Top line global sales for the first half of this year remain 17% below the same period in 2019.
A limited edition TAG Heuer Connected has Super Mario dishing out rewards for reaching activity goals throughout the day.
Just weeks after reopening following last year's covid lock down, downtown Chicago erupted as protests over the death of George Floyd turned violent and boutiques were looted. Far from retreating in the face of a year from hell, Burdeen's saw opportunity in the chaos.
Pre-owned watches from the likes of Rolex, Patek Philippe and Omega will be sold online at the luxury fashion ecommerce giants.
Thierry Stern says the company tries to avoid selling to people who will flip the watches, but it's not easy to control.
Christie’s worldwide watch sales for the first half of 2021 totalled $93.7m, a record performance which exceeded Christie’s watch figures for 2020 and 2019.