Ultra-thin and generously proportioned, masculine and efficient—the watchmaking company from Glashütte is presenting its latest series of classic men’s timepieces for the office this fall. A taste of what is to come: Metro silvercut
Thirty years after the death of legendary artist and pop culture phenomenon Andy Warhol, the ‘Time Keepers’ exhibition in London celebrates a partnership aimed at preserving Warhol’s unique artistic legacy for future generations. Never before
Frederique Constant presented its latest Ladies’ timepiece at the stunning Azur Coast Observatory of Nice located atop Mont-Gros. The historic site of the Azur Coast Observatory is considered a remarkable historical, cultural and scientific landmark.
The Swiss watch-maker and the French amphibious boat builder Iguana Yachts took advantage of the 40th Cannes Yachting Festival to solidify a promising partnership. Both companies rely on shared values which are creativity, luxe and above all a profound taste for technological innovation.
With an exclusive Handwerkskunst edition, A. Lange & Söhne demonstrates how artisanal virtuosity becomes truly grand art. The dial and the hinged cuvette of the new 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar Handwerkskunst consist of blue enamelled white gold with elaborate relief engravings.
Hublot is joining in with Ferrari’s 70th anniversary celebrations in Maranello by producing a special limited edition of its Techframe Tourbillon Chronograph to be sold at auction. 2017 looks set to be well and truly
Zenith is now renewing ties with innovation and fundamental research by presenting Defy Lab and its new oscillator – an invention that challenges nothing less than the operating principle of mechanical watches invented by Christian Huygens in the 17th century.
Raymond Weil, luxury Swiss watchmaker, unveils its newest edition to the ever-successful freelancer family, with the introduction of its new chronograph range, expressing the youthful and dynamic spirit that the freelancer range is renowned for.
IWC Schaffhausen presents two of its most popular Portugieser models in fashionable blue: for the first time, the Swiss watchmaking company is launching the Portugieser Automatic and the Portugieser Chronograph with a stainless-steel case and blue dial.
A strong and unmistakable signature, the Hermès Heure H, created in 1996 under the creative impetus of the designer Philippe Mouquet, is more than just a watch: it is a symbol that has succeeded in retaining its energy, dynamism and freshness.