The NTV channel’s Premium Lounge slot recently ran an interview with Dr. Christian Kurtzke, Chief
Executive Officer at MEISSEN®, on trends at his company over the
past two years. The programme comprehensively sets out how the tercentennial
House of Tradition has been re-aligned - from the launch of the new MEISSEN
COUTURE® range in Milan through new creations in the Joaillerie
& HOME segments to a review of the work of artCAMPUS in the sphere of
modern art. Read more »
The Franzen family and MEISSEN® extend a joint invitation to the launch on November 15 of two new MEISSEN® brand worlds on Königsallee.
A fine selection of Joaillerie & Accessory collections from the 300-year-old house of tradition now awaits the public in a Joaillerie Corner prominently located at the entrance. Over an area of 1,650 sq ft on the next floor up, meanwhile, Franzen will be unveiling the first MEISSEN HOME® Boutique in Germany, in which porcelains classic and modern will for the first time be presented alongside furniture creations, exclusive fabrics, silk carpets and elegant luminaires to deliver a new style of all-inclusive brand experience. Read more »
Manufactory presents range for the select catering and hotel trade
Creations by star-studded chef-de-cuisine Benjamin Biedlingmaier are now being served to discerning guests at the best restaurant in Dresden, the Bülow Palais Caroussel, on MEISSEN® “Waves” porcelain.
Achim Bornhäusser, who was appointed by the MEISSEN® executive to set up a Select Catering & Hotel Trade segment at the beginning of the year, sees this as a further step towards additionally positioning the legendary 300-year-old Manufactory as a leading provider for professional cuisine henceforth. Read more »
With about 700 guests, MEISSEN® ITALIA celebrated a sensational debut in Milan. The event was hosted by MEISSEN’s CEO Christian Kurtzke
together with Franca Sozzani, editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia.
MEISSEN COUTURE® surprised and delighted about 160
journalists, more than 40 buyers and numerous VIPs of Milan society with a
mixture of romantic creations, retro styles, and a mystical musical
presentation in the courtyard of Villa Meissen, which had been designed in the
style of an Italian pleasure garden for the occasion.
MEISSEN® Asia Pacific, the Hong Kong-based distribution subsidiary of
the 300-years-old Manufactory MEISSEN® , has announced today that is
has signed a strategic distributor for the Philippines.
‘In Rustan’s, MEISSEN® is gaining a partner that for more than sixty years has been
one of the leading Philippine distributors in the luxury segment. Rustan’s
enjoys an excellent reputation all over Asia, which will open further doors for
our brand’, says Ingo Bade, MEISSEN® Asia Pacific’s director. Read more »
UK, the British subsidiary of the MEISSEN® luxury group, yesterday celebrated
the official opening of its first MEISSEN HOME® boutique in the United Kingdom.
more than 100 square metres of London’s luxury department store, MEISSEN® now
presents its fine porcelain artworks, its handcrafted tableware programme and
also the new MEISSEN HOME® furniture & fabrics programme – as an integrated
luxury-interiors brand. Read more »
Dresses, leather bags and silk accessories inspired by 300
years of heritage in European art works
In the last years several famous fashion houses referred to
the legendary MEISSEN® Manufactory as a source of inspiration for their new collections.
In fact last season, Giambattista Valli presented a number of dresses that were
inspired by historical MEISSEN® designs.
Now, on September 22nd, during the famous Milan Fashion
Week, VOGUE Italia will present MEISSEN‘s launch of its own MEISSEN COUTURE®
& ACCESSORIES brand and collection which will be managed worldwide by its
Italian company MEISSEN Italia. Read more »
Seemingly real yet beautiful without end: A new
catalogue from the MEISSEN® Manufactory shows floral reveries in
“Eternal Flowers” is the title that has been given to the new collection of artworks
produced as part of the contemporary MEISSEN artCAMPUS® scheme in collaboration
with Ukrainian-American artist Vladimir Kanevsky.
Jewellery chest from 1893 World’s Fair now as limited edition – Manufactory discovers hidden letter
The MEISSEN® Manufactory presents the most costly item so far in its Fine Art Collection to a group of exclusively invited collectors in Nuremberg today – a sumptuously artistic item of furniture in the form of a jewellery chest that was first proudly unveiled to the public exactly 120 years ago at the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893.