Minju Kim, Carven Ong, Tube Gallery and other Asian sensations headline The Front Row festival.
Luxury watch companies are in a hurry to unveil new timepieces as the world economy starts to get back on track.
WATCH AFICIONADOS ARE literally going back in time, as the popularity of vintage classical timepieces hit a new high. Record prices have been fetched at auctions, while pre-owned watch shops specialising in vintage pieces are mushrooming. On top of that, luxury watch brands with a rich heritage have been rolling out the classics, so collectors are now spoilt for choice.
A new paper argues that luxe brands must adopt more technology to enhance their customer experience. Not everyone agrees
Three brand favourites get a fresh facelift for 2020
Creative director Daniel Boey says going digital might just rescue the local industry
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Complete your wardrobe with these gender neutral basics from the Pre-Fall 2020 collections
The pandemic has turned high-end stores into high-security mini-airports. But luxury is stylishly fighting back