– LVMH and Marcolin eyewear joint-venture. A strategic alliance and know-how sharing are the magic words. Shouldn’t have Richemont follow the same path instead of allowing Cartier to sign an agreement with competitor Kering?

– Balenciaga Chinese customers queuing at Printemps complain on social media about preferential treatment for French customers. The company issues an apology. So last century customer service.

– Pietro Marzotto and Fulvia Visconti Ferragamo passed away. As these strong and charismatic personalities disappear, what will it be of fashion and luxury industry?

– Bernard Arnault at CNBC series said “When I go to work in the morning I always think: ‘I will have fun today with this or this.’ I am never bored. And I am very competitive. It’s like in tennis — I always want to win. And that’s fun”. No doubt.

– (Another) Richemont top executives re-shuffle. An established and prestigious luxury group in deep need of fresh air and a new mindset. Time to get out of the ivory tower. Time to get rid of the male-only attitude.

– YNAP launches the first high-end jewelry and watches online platform and, according to Federico Marchetti, cross-selling is already working well. At last hard luxury opened the first door of its own golden cage.

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