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Brand News: Suna Taps Emily Kaiser For Platinum Born; Chanel Ramping Up Presence In Luxury Watches January 09, 2019 (0 comments)


Emily Kaiser Joins Suna Bros.

New York, NY—Emily Kaiser has joined the Suna Bros. sales team as senior business development manager for the Platinum Born collection, an innovative, affordable platinum jewelry collection exclusively distributed in the United States by Suna Bros.

“Emily brings a fresh, new energy to our organization. Her enthusiasm is magnetic and it translates to both customers and consumers,” says Aron Suna, company president. “Her main focus will be sales development and business growth for the Platinum Born collection.”

Related: PGI Taps Suna Bros. As Exclusive Distributor Of New Affordable Platinum Collection

Emily’s prior experience in the jewelry industry spans from department stores to independent retailers. As a national account manager with Italian luxury brand Gucci, she developed both core fashion watch and jewelry assortments for major department stores. Prior to that, she was an account executive with Gurhan, managing business development for a territory of 30 independent retailers.

Aron adds, “Emily is a perfect complement to our team. She is the Platinum Born customer.”

Platinum Born is crafted in platinum, the rarest of the precious metals. The necklaces are designed with movable versatility and almost any piece can go from short to long, day to night, adding unique style no matter the occasion.”


Chanel Amping Up Stake In Luxury Watch Arena

London, UK—Luxury fashion house Chanel is betting bigger on luxury watches. After grabbing a 20% stake in upscale watchmaker Montres Journe SA last year, Retail Dive reports the brand is now taking a stake in Swiss watch parts manufacturer Kenissi, which specializes in automatic movements. The move suggests Chanel is very serious about the luxury timepiece market, and Retail Dive says it plans to introduce a new Kenissi-made, Chanel branded model at the Baselworld fair in March.

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The luxury brand also has been taking steps to position itself more securely in the event of a global economic downturn, says Retail Dive.

Chanel's famous double-C logo.

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