Brooks Brothers is often identified with the suits that American Presidents wear. Claudio Del Vecchio, CEO of the company that owns the brand, says its India foray is working out so well that it is aiming at doubling the number of stores in the next three years.
The actual composition of a Swarovski crystal is still secret, 120 years after Daniel Swarovski set up a factory to manufacture and cut crystals. What isn’t a secret though is that Swarovski is changing from a purveyor of bling to a hi-tech brand in its own right.
Champagne is under pressure from prosecco, while global warming threatens to ruin grape harvests. But none of that ruffles Dom Pérignon, perhaps the most shadowy, snooty, and expensive brand in the business. It just continues to sparkle. So, what’s its secret?
Through an eccentric journey, the Kornerup Brothers of Denmark have shaped their Copenhagen-based Shamballa Jewels into a global hot brand. Their $35 million empire would have been impossible without India.