Back when the spring watch shows took place in person, Cartier’s horological presentation was always one of our favourites thanks to the brand’s incredible creativity that would surprise us year after year with the most interesting technical and artistic innovations.
For the seventh consecutive year, Bulgari presents a new Octo Finissimo model and a new world record for thinness with a brand-new perpetual calendar. As a reminder, Bulgari has received over 60 awards since 2014 for its Octo Finissimo collection, including the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève that was awarded a prize for its mastery of ultra-thinness in contemporary fine watchmaking.
Exactly 20 years ago, A. Lange & Söhne presented the LANGEMATIK PERPETUAL, its first wristwatch with a perpetual calendar. It was followed by seven further models, mostly in combination with other complications such as a chronograph, a tourbillon or both.
After the Magnum 540 Sapphire and the incredible Weap-one Diamond Asymmetrical Tourbillon, Rebellion unveils its RE-Volt model, for the first time ever, imagined focusing on three novel translucent cases.
Ninety years ago, Jaeger-LeCoultre created the Reverso, an ingenious solution for polo players who wished to protect the glass of their watches while playing matches. With its swivelling case and distinctive Art Deco lines, it was to become a classic of 20th-century design.
The letter that landed on Jean-Marie Schaller’s desk a few months ago was one the founder of Les Ateliers Louis Moinet had been waiting for. It confirmed the brand was now a partner to the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie.
Nestled in the Swiss countryside of Lucerne, the Carl F. Bucherer manufacture couldn’t be further away from the turquoise waters of the Maldives, home to the Manta Trust and the Maldivian Manta Ray Project (MMRP).
A faithful interpretation of the iconic observation watch design, the new model features an ergonomic 43-millimetre stainless steel case. Available with either a black or blue dial, it is powered by the IWC-manufactured 82100 calibre with Pellaton winding, which is visible through a sapphire glass back.
When Gautier Massonneau set up Trilobe, he did so with the aim of creating “ultra-innovative luxury watches at reasonable price points.” The brand’s first watch, Les Matinaux, debuted in 2018. Massonneau, an engineer born into a family of architects, came up with the unconventional time display which was then “mechanised” by watchmaker Jean-François Mojon.