India needs more shopping malls, high streets for luxury brands: Omega CEO
"You can't wake up one morning and say we will become an agile company. It has to be part of your DNA," says Raynald Aeschlimann, Swatch Group management board member, president and CEO Omega.
E-commerce in luxury watch industry nascent; offline main platform for us: Breitling CEO
In an exclusive interaction, Breitling CEO Georges Kern talks about making modern-retro cool again for a younger set of aficionados, and Breitling’s first boutique in New Delhi.
In the phygital world, Christie’s have clocked the highest-ever sales this year for timepieces, with younger and diverse buyers snapping up some of the most exclusive watches on the planet.
What makes Patek Philippe a collector’s favourite
Treasured by collectors because of their scarcity, design, and investment value, eight of the top 10 watches sold in 2020 by Christie’s, in terms of price, were Patek Philippe.
Graham sticks to the tried and tested
Originally founded around 300-400 years ago, Graham is one of the rarer independent Swiss watch brands. The company is now on its way to reinvent itself, but by sticking to basics.
Breitling’s modern-retro design mantra
Georges Kern, CEO of the Swiss watch company, says Breitling doesn’t want to be a vintage watch company. Instead, it wants to be a modern brand with an anchor in the past.
Breguet banks on centuries of innovation
The iconic watchmaker’s latest offering—the Breguet Classique Tourbillon Extra Plat Automatique 5367—is a throwback to the company’s rich history.
Luxury watches will always survive: Carl F. Bucherer
Sascha Moeri, the CEO of Swiss watchmaker Carl F. Bucherer, talks about the pandemic’s impact on the watchmaking industry in an interaction with Fortune India.
Retail channels won’t go away soon: Omega
In a candid conversation with Fortune India, President of Omega, Raynald Aeschlimann opens up about the iconic brand, its plans for the future, and its business strategy.