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Treasures from andy Warhol’s time capsules on display in London, as Piaget announces partnership to preserve Warhol’s legacy

These iconic watches formerly belonged to Andy Warhol
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 displayed Piaget-themed treasures from Andy Warhol’s ‘Time Capsules,’ including Piaget watches collected by the artist,
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Women’s watches: Speechless

Not words but watches. When it's purely about beauty, when complications are conspicuous by their absence, that's when we look at colours, materials and shapes. And that's when it’s advisable and wise to keep silent. ‘Watch and enjoy’, is the motto.
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The Game Changer

I apologise if you think you have recently read the headliner before. Maybe because you recently read an article or press review of the new Piaget Polo S. A new watch that is named precisely that: The Game Changer. But what is a game changer in the watch world? Well, Piaget calls their new Polo S a game changer. Not only because it is their first watch of steel in decades. But also because the Polo S is priced very compatible compared to…well, pretty much any watch from Piaget the last ten years or so.
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The revival of the Piaget Polo S

In 1979 Piaget created the Polo and the watch deserves to be called a legend; at least among the upper class of the day. Look at the watch and you immediately picture the 1970s jet set. And here's the new Polo S.
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Piaget Polo S plays a different game

To celebrate the legacy of the original and iconic Polo watch from 1979 the watch house with launches a new watch, for a new generation. The collection is composed of the automatic Piaget Polo and the Piaget Polo S Chronograph.
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Watch this trend: the cushion shaped case

With SIHH behind us and big fairs like BaselWorld coming up, we gain more insight in the watch trends for 2016/2017. Blue and brown are still the most used colors in many watch collections, so that’s no news. But what we do see more often, are cushion shaped cases. These square cases with rounded angles are very masculine because of their size, but refined at the same time.
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