As the festive season draws near, several watchmaking brands are continuing the tradition of creating collectors’ items to show off their artistry and craftsmanship and focusing on the theme of Chinese astrology.
Initially conceived for explorers, either underwater or in space, the 24-hour function in the watch gave them an idea whether it was AM or PM. Today, Frederique Constant launches in its Classics collection a new everyday watch with 24-hour caliber adding a touch of precision and a universal reference point.
Breguet joined Race for Water in March for a five-year program, entitled “Odyssey 2017-2021” with a mission for the oceans. This collaboration, announced by Breguet President Marc A. Hayek and Race for Water Founder and CEO Marco Simeoni, started within a long-term strategy.
The depth of the Cat’s Eye Majestic, Celestial and Tourbillon's aventurine glass dial irresistibly evokes the Island of Murano. A place that gave rise to masterpieces that were to experience extraordinary destinies in powerful families and royal courts.
At 59mm wide, Armin Strom’s new Dual Time Resonance is anything but discreet. In its latest configuration, the brand’s revolutionary resonance clutch spring connects two movements powering two separate time zones.
There are few single addresses in Lausanne or indeed in the surrounding area of Lake Geneva where you can view the collections of Patek Philippe and Rolex together and, if you are an existing customer of either brand, have your watch serviced on site.
As the Audemars Piguet Dream Team celebrated the end of the Golf season in Dubai, the Manufacture announced the coming year with a glimpse at its 2019 Royal Oak Offshore collection.
To tackle the masterful complication represented by the perpetual calendar, Girard-Perregaux has designed a Laureato that is all about subtle positional shifts arranged in a dynamic equilibrium. Simple to read and easy to adjust, it is the result of an ergonomic approach to operation and wearability pushed to its uttermost limits.