Since inventing the first waterproof wristwatch in 1926, the Oyster, Rolex has been the benchmark for luxury wristwatches. “Being number one is one thing,” says Pourfar, “but staying number one is quite another. Consistent quality and innovation have kept this iconic brand at the top.”
“I was looking for a story that would give people hope and optimism for the future through art”, Videographer Steve Hawkins.
Artist Kari Kristensen created the mural “Love Travels Far” based on her work “Fallen” it was created on the weekend of April 18th as part of Vancouver Mural Festival’s “Make Art While Apart” initiative to beautify boarded up businesses during the COVID-19 stay at home period. The murals turned bleak plywood boards into messages of hope for Vancouverites.
Here’s news that’s really making us tick! Rolex is introducing the latest creations in its Oyster Perpetual collection. Meet the four fabulous new additions below. Which one is your favourite? —Vita Daily submariner. The new-generation Oyster Perpetual Submariner and Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date are presented with a redesigned, slightly larger 41-mm case. The watches are now equipped respectively with […]
After a few months in isolation, Chopard’s latest campaign delivers an upliftingly lovely message.
To nurture and inspire a “joie de vivre” around the world, the Maison has launched its Stay Happy initiative. As part of the campaign, Chopard has created fun activities to do at home, from movie and music playlists to printable colouring pages—some inspired by the beautiful and fun Chopard clown, which was originally created by company co-president and artistic director Caroline Scheufele when she was just a child.
Beyond the gowns, our eyes were (naturally) drawn to the dazzling jewels worn by celebrities at this year’s Academy Awards (and the ensuing Vanity Fair after party). And, much to our delight, we spotted several stunning pieces by one of our fave brands, Chopard. Try not to be blinded by these sparkling looks! —Vita Daily
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Today, it’s the fourth generation of the Scheufele family that runs the Chopard maison; a source of pride for the clan in an increasingly competitive jewelry industry.
Get lost in a maze of mirrors in this contemporary spin on the classic carnival attraction. See more in the Summer/Fall 2018 issue of WedLuxe Magazine (Vancouver & Western Canada Edition), on newsstands now!
There’s a time to be financially responsible and then there’s a time to treat yo’self. The Mother-of-pearl and diamonds help the Chopard Imperiale Moonphase 36 mm automatic watch replicate the sparkling of the night sky.