For the first time in the Villeret collection, Blancpain is offering a horological complication indicating the day of the week and the date, highlighted within the watch manufacturer’s emblematic line.
What do you get when you mix the watchmaking expertise of Hublot, the limitless creativity of Italia Independent through its founder Lapo Elkann, and the treasures of the famous Italian tailor Rubinacci? The Art of Fusion!
All the latest news, innovations, and developments from the 2017 edition. We will keep you up to date with the latest news and the most exciting watches across the show's four days. We'll update this page regularly so you can bookmark it and use it as a one-stop look-book for all the essential Baselworld news.
Fantastic timelapse video which shows how the Breitling booth at the Baselworld fair was built. It is the only booth on four levels, including numerous spaces around the central core, such as 56 offices, two press rooms, an aquarium, a restaurant and a bar.
A steel ‘Moser’ on a rubber strap. Wow! The Pioneer Centre Seconds Automatic might not the most bold design of all H. Moser creations but it will surely create a big buzz. The rare creations are getting within the (financial) reach of more aficionados.
Lebeau-Courally is bringing out the big guns to make it in the world of haute horlogerie. The historic Belgian gunsmith has been creating interesting timepieces for a while and its Micro II calibre with micro-rotor is the latest and greatest so far.
With just 40 watches a year German watchmaker Lang & Heyne from Dresden needs to pack a punch with unique, artisanal watches to stand out in a vast sea of luxury watches. And it does. With beautiful and original movements for instance.
The bespoke series of the Grönefeld 1941 Remontoire gives the spoiled watch aficionado a chance to be even more exclusive than before. On the inside the 1941 Remontoire is a complicated beauty and the new bespoke version are evenly complicated on the outside.
Switzerland and Austria have a lot in common. Alps, rolling hills, valleys, harsh winters for instance. Watchmaking is not one of the similarities. Still there is an Austrian luxury watch with a legacy that goes back to 1822.