LVMH today released its 2016 1H earnings report. Its watches and jewelry division had a year-over-year revenue increase of 4%, but profit was flat with no change. Bulgari seemed to be the star of the group, followed by TAG Heuer. The full PDF report repeatedly mentions TAG Heuer's focus on its core ranges and the Connected. In particular, on page 13 of that report: The solid revenue growth reported by TAG Heuer despite challenges faced in the watch market worldwide demonstrated the relevance of the brand’s strategy of refocusing on its core product ranges. TAG Heuer’s strong momentum was reflected in the newest additions to the brand’s iconic Formula 1, Carrera and Aquaracer collections. The Carrera Heuer 02 and Formula 1 Chronograph models were particularly well received in Basel. The TAG Heuer Connected smartwatch, a major innovation unveiled at the end of 2015, met with continued success. TAG Heuer continued to enhance its retail network, with store openings in Tianjin, Macao and New Delhi. The brand’s visibility among its target customers was reinforced thanks to a number of new partnerships, including those with the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, the Paris and London marathons, the English Premier League, and the Chinese Football Association Super League.