THE POVER OF INFLUENCE | Tiffany & Co. Is Pledging Another US$2 Million To Vulnerable Communities Affected By Covid-19

The luxury jeweler Tiffany & Co. its commitment to Covid-19 recovery efforts with its Tiffany Infinity Collection.

In celebration of the continued re-opening of its boutiques worldwide, Tiffany & Co. has announced the launch of its Tiffany Infinite Strength campaign, an effort which will further the jewellery’s commitment to Covid-19 recovery efforts. From July 1to August 31, 100 per cent of global profits from sales of the Tiffany Infinite collection will be donated to the organization CARE, with a minimum commitment of US$2 million. All funds raised will go towards supporting the financial resilience of vulnerable communities affected by Covid-19, particularly women and people of colour. Having remained a powerful symbol of infinite strength and optimism, and a timeless symbol of continual connection, since its creation, all 38 styles of the Infinity collection will be included in the charitable initiative. In April, The Tiffany & Co Foundation committed US$1 million to support the Covid-19 solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization and Impact Fund, the Tiffany Infinite Strength campaign a continuation of the jeweller’s charitable efforts.


French Antitrust Body Fines Eyewear Makers For Imposing Selling Prices

France’s antitrust body on Thursday fined several eyewear makers for imposing selling prices on opticians and preventing them from selling online. The Autorite de la Concurrence said it had fined EssilorLuxottica 125,17 million euros ($147.60 million), LVMH 500,000 euros and Chanel 130,000 euros. ‘These anti – competitive practices are serious’, the antitrust body said in … More French Antitrust Body Fines Eyewear Makers For Imposing Selling Prices

Azzi & Osta’s Couture A/w 2021/2022 Collection ‘Weaving The Wind’, Totally Inspired By The Intricacies Of Perfume

A collection based on perfume is the basis of Lebanese duo Azzi and Osta’s Haute Couture Autumn/Winter 2021/2022 collection. As scents are personal to an individual, the looks from the collection are personal to a woman’s style taste, with looks mirroring the creation of the sweetest perfume. Both George Azzi and Assad Osta have once … More Azzi & Osta’s Couture A/w 2021/2022 Collection ‘Weaving The Wind’, Totally Inspired By The Intricacies Of Perfume

Lebanese Designer Hussein Bazaza’s New Collection Explores Predation In Human Lives

Lebanese designer Hussein Bazaza has unveiled his powerful new collection exploring the relation between social human behavior and predation. Through the aptly named collection Predation, Bazaza weaves a story of the dynamic between a predator dominating its prey, the aspects of which are present in all of our lives, such as our relationships, careers, cultures, and more. Far from … More Lebanese Designer Hussein Bazaza’s New Collection Explores Predation In Human Lives

Ramadan Kareem From Christian Louboutin Beauty

This Holy Month, pamper you loved ones by gifting them beauty treasures from Christian Louboutin Beauty. Full of generosity and appreciation, you 2021 Ramadan promises to be unforgettable. For this special moment, the traditional glossy boxes for lips and fragrances will be dressed in a customised red sleeve featuring a crescent moon and a lantern. To fully embrace the spirit of … More Ramadan Kareem From Christian Louboutin Beauty

Diptyque’s New Fragrance Traces the Path Of An Iconic Arab Explorer

Celebrating the French fragrance maison‘s 60th anniversary, Diptique’s new launch – Eau Rihla – has a special connection to the Middle East. Named after the Arabic word Rihla, meaning journey, the new frageance was inspired by the 14 century globe – trotting merchant, Ibn Battuta and his travels throughout the known world. Perfumer Fabrice Pellegrin drew his inspiration directly from … More Diptyque’s New Fragrance Traces the Path Of An Iconic Arab Explorer

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