Widen access to the place Vendôme

6 July 2016

At a time when the Watch and Gold Jewelry network is in full change*, H.Gringoire would like to confirm its status as a “jewelry brand”v. What are the arguments? A history of 135 years, a major role in the colored gem trade and a growth policy at several levels. “Before I arrived in 2008, retailers […]


Clio Blue jewellery: the great development

22 April 2016

Expanded offer, increased distribution, external growth, development abroad…Clio Blue, recently listed on the stock market and well-known on the silver jewelry market, is gearing up for a new expansion stage. The brand’s CEO for the past four and a half years, talks to us about the originality and ambitions of the Parisian label with two […]


Delsey history: Seventy Candles for 2016

9 March 2016

Delsey has come a long way from the company where Messieurs Delahaye and Seynhaeve made leather protective cases. Seventy years later, Delsey went from being family-owned to being owned by an investment fund. However, it has stayed faithful to its basic principles: design, innovation, and the French touch. And now? “This is a time to […]


The dynamic of colors

31 October 2015

VDMD defends the scarf: an ultra trendy accessory that brightens up grey mornings, adds a stylish ethnic touch that sparks the desire to travel for all women who are looking for affordable elegance. Marie Gozard and her husband founded the company in 2007 and it represents the link with India that Marie has developed over […]


Fashion for Franck Herval : Breath of fresh air

18 May 2015

Les chamanes, owner of Nature Bijoux, took over the Franck Herval label four years ago. Four years during which the new team has been attentive to customers in order to refine the position and work on collections…Franck Herval’s new identity was developed, confirmed. An inside view from Manuelle Bergé, Managing Artistic Director for the label. […]


Leathergoods: Restocking has a new meaning In an era of sampling

6 May 2015

The race for novelty products is just one step away from restocking and an increasing number of multi-brand shops have made the switch. While cash flow diminishes, the very definition of restocking is changing. Labels are aware of the problems and new purchase constraints that their retailers are facing so they have simplified the logistics […]


Freitag unusual strategy for leather goods

2 April 2015

Pioneer in leather goods made from recycled materials, Freitag expands. Still headquartered in Zurich, the company sets its sights on export…France is number one on the list.   Freitag is to leather goods what Swiss knives are to table arts: a must. In twenty years, the Swiss label has earned the little as being THE […]


Trends for Fall-Winter 2015 leather goods : First glimpse

22 March 2015

Our mission: decode upcoming fall/winter 2015 collection. Highlight novelties. Define emerging trends. Provide definite examples. In short, try to guide you in your quest for fashion products with an “It” parade of trends that will update, surprise and very likely, attract you and customers alike. Announcing fashion trends is like predicting the future or writing […]


L’Aiglon: A house in full renewal

11 March 2015

Leather goods launch, restructuration of licenses, expanded distribution and nomination of an artistic director…The company, initially specialized in belts, is in full renewal. History of l’Aiglon Dominique Vigin bought the L’Aiglon Company in 1987, and it holds several licenses. The company has a rich history with a future that will be based on many new […]


Costume jewelers expand their offer to leather goods

5 February 2015

Confronted with a nearly numb economy, costume jewelers and leather goods seem to go well together in the same point of sale. For some retailers, the two fashion sectors have even become inseparable. Why this combination and what are the keys to its success? “Costume jewelry specialists are working in a very fragile environment where […]