LUXOS luxury stories - 27 February-2 March


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04 March 2012

 In a week that saw many major events, such as the Oscars, the Independent Spirits awards, and the aftermath of the women's fall-winter fashion shows in Milan, there was lots of news. Highlighted in the photo is Cartier, and in particular L'Odyssée de Cartier, a debut short film in celebration of the brand's 165 years. 

LUXOS took a look at the Oscar 2012 designer gowns. In a video interview, Massimiliano Giornetti from Salvatore Ferragamo described his work for the women's fall-winter 2012-2013 shows. 

Some of the important designers and brand featured for the women's fall-winter 2012-2013 shows in Milan include:
Giuseppe Zanotti Design
More news on the Giuseppe Zanotti collection was published here.
Valentino, and the live streaming of their show
Dolce and Gabbana
Max Mara
Ermanno Scervino

Other fashion brand stories include:
Monica Bellucci and Bianca Balti for Dolce and Gabbana
La Perla presented a virtual runway show presenting their luxury lingerie.
We talked about the new Valentino store on Via Montenapoleone in Milan.
Salvatore Ferragamo is sponsoring a major exhibition at the Louvre in Paris.
Jil Sander is returning to the brand as creative director.
Chloé present their first ever video for the fall-winter 2012-2013 shows.
David Beckham wore Dior
Olivia Wilde and Gerard Butler wore Gucci
Christian Louboutin was featured at Selfridges, London.
Other brands featured included Bulgari with its new Serpenti designer tote bags

News from the world of hotels includes a new range of luxury services for men at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

In the world of fashion and jewellery, we featured Harry Winston and its glittering appearances at the Academy Awards.
Montblanc also appeared prominently at the Oscars.
IWC and its remarkable work in the area of high-performance ceramics for watches was described in a news post.
We also described the incredible complications that enable IWC watches to handle a leap year.
We listed news about the Omega Seamaster watch, which has reached its 50th anniversary as a James Bond watch.
We described the Panerai P2002 movement

Tourism and travel, always part of the LUXOS mission, featured in a story about a new development in London, NEO Bankside.