Cartier has decided to postpone a major exhibition in Milan’s Triennale design museum, scheduled to open next month, in the latest delayed project in luxury and art since the outbreak of the coronavirus in Italy.
The 59th edition of the furniture show, scheduled in April with 2,200 exhibitors, has been postponed to June, reportedly causing a €120 million impact on business, due also to a shortfall of 30,000 Chinese visitors.
Milan expects to host nearly 500,000 visitors on April 8-14 for the huge, city-wide event, an incredible opportunity for fashion and luxury labels to present countless projects and special initiatives.
This year, the French brand is taking part in the Milan Furniture Fair with no less than four initiatives spread throughout the city, including a Middle Eastern-inspired installation at the La Permanente museum.
It’s been a busy fortnight for Louis Vuitton CEO Michael Burke, who on Tuesday unveiled the house’s latest hot collaboration - a Great Masters series designed by artist Jeff Koons. He discusses the launch, Vuitton's ...