Glenn Spiro has decided to show his creations at Lauren Santo Domingo’s salon on Madison Avenue.
A hard-charging executive has trouble balancing the power of work with the intimacy of marriage.
Richard Renaldi documented patrons of New York City’s nightclubs between midnight and 10 on Sunday mornings, often on their way back home.
Brides and grooms do whatever they can to steady their nerves.
The faceting on the bezel of this new skeletonized watch reflects the jewelry house’s gem-cutting expertise.
Timepieces being made in Sweden range from one with Viking patterns to another developed in collaboration with an astronaut.
Whether turquoise, opal, jade or another stone, these colorful faces popular in the ‘60s and ‘70s are again in demand.
After years of resistance, more top-end Swiss watchmakers are turning to the internet.
Is her confrontational tweeting about the Trump administration a sign of the new Chelsea Clinton or a public unveiling of the one who existed all along?
Christophe Coppens, a celebrated milliner for the likes of Rihanna, Grace Jones and Roisin Murphy, directs a Janacek work in Brussels.
Stars like Katie Couric and Lena Dunham often revel in putting a personal spin on the ho-hum ads they read as they host their podcasts.
Galas were held for the Frick Collection, Tibet House US and Diffa.
The season goes poetic with loose contours. Add a beret if you dare.
Winston Koo collected almost 200 timepieces, then focused his collection on ceramic and composite models before deciding monochromatic was best.
As second-generation pieces are introduced, hybrid versions with limited functionality are gaining favor.
When Carson Chan stopped tinkering with automobiles, he turned to building wristwatches.
The former luxury executive says a watch that was “sufficiently incredible to get me noticed” turned a risky venture into a profitable business.
Chabi Nouri will become the only woman atop a Richemont watch and jewelry brand. And fusing the two categories will be part of her focus.
When home no longer feels like a safe place, the Critical Shopper resorts to sleepwear at Sleepy Jones.
A Lord & Taylor pop-up with a fairy godmother stylist, a Nike Sneakeasy and more.
The traditional “secret watch” style is embellished with gems this season.
Galas were held in New York for the Frick Collection, Tibet House US and the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS.
Also, a cash-bar conundrum, a delayed apology for flaking and an infantilizing boss.
The tires on the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix winner were used to create watch straps for a limited edition.
The Swiss watch manufacturer says it’s found a way to beat the competition with its Connected Modular 45.
The complex process of hand painting and then firing dials for deep color has regained popularity.
The highest-end watches have been hit by a number of factors, among them their mixed success at being seen as a luxury brand, instead of a watch.
From Chopard to Omega, brands are finding that their heritage collections attract customers, spread name recognition and even produce new sales.
The long collaboration between Sterling Ruby and the designer Raf Simons comes to fruition.
The upscale cocktail lounge was opened by Todd English.