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The Michelangelo Foundation brings the Homo Faber fellows to London’s artisan festival

Jaeger-LeCoultre and the Michalengelo Foundation come together at London Craft Week 2024. The week-long festival (13th-19th May) celebrates the best of British and international crafts, attracting hundreds of artists, artisans, brands and galleries from around the world.

For the best part of two centuries, Jaeger-LeCoultre has been championing innovation and creativity, producing extraordinary and iconic timepieces which earned the company the moniker of “the watchmaker of watchmakers”. The Michelangelo Foundation is committed to backing contemporary craftspeople worldwide with the aim of promoting a more human, inclusive and sustainable future.

At London Craft Week 20204, the Foundation is presenting the work of the twenty duos of artisans – master and apprentice – who took part in the first edition of the Homo Faber Fellowship, an international education programme supported by Jaeger-LeCoultre. Vincent Satiat, UK & Ireland brand director comments, “Throughout its history, Jaeger-LeCoultre has created unique ties with artisans and the craftmanship communities around the world. We are committed to nurture and develop the talent of tomorrow. The Homo Faber Fellowship programme resonates perfectly with this aim of developing young artisans and perpetuating know-how through generations.”


Louis Vuitton rewards independent genius

Anyone who knows a little about the time, dedication and passion it takes to become a watchmaker, would understand why Raúl Pagès, winner of the first-ever Louis Vuitton Watch Prize for Independent Creatives, was reduced to tears as he approached the stage to receive the coveted prize from Jean Arnault himself, Director of Watches at […]

Bulgari and Save The Children celebrate their enduring partnership

With the world so often in turmoil, it’s often the children who are the most vulnerable, and that gives even deeper meaning to the long-running partnership between Bulgari and Save The Children. Since 2009, the time-honored Italian jewelry house has stood side-by-side with the children’s charity, and they have chosen to mark this 15-year milestone […]

Bicester Village and Collagerie Art Shop support local charities

Christmas shopping can be a daunting experience not suitable for the faint-hearted. Aware of how off-putting the idea of wrestling other shoppers for the last must-have item and queueing at tills can be, Bicester Village invites its customers to a very different experience. In collaboration with Collagerie Art Shop – the online store and gallery […]

The Syrian mermaid singing for the rights of refugees

It is not every day that one meets an Olympic athlete, international political activist, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, catwalk model and luxury brand ambassador who – just to make your jaw drop even further – achieved all of that by the age of 25. But […]

The Distillers’ Charity supports disadvantaged young people in Scotland

In collaboration with Sotheby’s, The Distillers’ Charity One of One are delighted to announce the second in a series of biennial auctions of one-of-a-kind, rare scotch whiskies showcasing the excellence and individuality of craftsmanship. The lots open with 39 extraordinary whiskies and experiences on offer to raise vital funds to help disadvantaged young people in […]

Noëlla Coursaris Musunka’s commitment to empowering young women

Noëlla Coursaris Musunka was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to a Cypriot father and Congolese mother. Losing her father suddenly at the age of five, then being sent away to relatives in Switzerland as her mother could no longer support her, had a traumatic and profound effect. Isolated from her home with very […]

Giga: the initiative to provide internet to all schools

The United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights includes work and education as basic needs for any person, without discrimination. In today’s world, neither can really be achieved properly without access to the internet. This is why UNICEF and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) joined forces in 2019 to create Giga, an initiative aiming to connect […]

The Veuve Clicquot Bold Woman Awards turn 50

Founded in 1972, the Bold Woman Awards are named after Madame Clicquot, the pioneering businesswoman who, when widowed at the age of 27, took over her husband’s champagne business in 1805 and transformed it into a global brand. This annual event celebrates women who have made significant contributions to their communities, industries, and the world […]

Rolls-Royce champions artists of international merit

Launched this year, The Spirit of Ecstasy Challenge is a new biennial initiative from Rolls-Royce’s Muse programme. It invites emerging artists to design artwork inspired by the Spirit of Ecstasy – the sculptural figurine that adorns the bonnet of every Rolls-Royce motor car. This first edition focused on ​the medium of textile, challenging participants to […]

Slaughter Baby

In 1994, the then three-year-old Sonia Gisa’s life was devastated by the genocide in the country of her birth, Rwanda. In the onslaught, her father was murdered and she and the rest of her family were forced to flee their home to escape the brutally ruthless soldiers. Last year, Sonia published her first book, Slaughter […]

International Contemporary Art Prize 2022, Prince Pierre of Monaco Foundation

Created in 1966 by Prince Rainier III in honour of His father, who was a great protector of the Arts, the Prince Pierre of Monaco Foundation is today led by Her Royal Highness The Princess of Hanover and keeps supporting literature, music and the arts. First awarded in 1965, the International Contemporary Art Prize (PIAC) […]