True to the Richard Mille spirit, grey Cermet is the fruit of painstaking research conducted by the brand, which is unrelenting in its commitment to the creation of new materials. This exclusive Richard Mille material in watchmaking combines the lightness of titanium and the hardness of diamond.
The Swiss luxury watchmaking brand enhances its growing collection of acclaimed Connected watches with three new references that introduce new colours and styles without compromising on high-tech functionality. Following the launch in March of the third-generation TAG Heuer Connected and the recent Connected Golf Edition in June, these fresh new models build on the success of the elegant smartwatch line with new looks and materials: two steel cases with oceanic blue ceramic bezels and one ultra-lightweight sandy titanium case.
Appointed the watchmaker of the French Royal Navy, the most prestigious title a watchmaker could receive, Abraham-Louis Breguet designed marine chronometers that shaped the success of great expeditions. Today this rich heritage inspires the Marine collection.
Blazing the trail for oversized cases in the 1990s and still one of watchmaking lovers’ favourite models, Traversetolo is about to show off a new look. The painstaking attention dedicated to the dials is one of the strengths of this model, whose large case showcases the constructions from the Swiss tradition.
In a year clearly dedicated to the Luminor Marina, Panerai once again explores original directions in the field of creativity by rewriting the aesthetic vocabulary of the emblematic model which more than any other embodies the brand’s unmistakable legendary image.
The round case with its asymmetrical stirrupshaped lugs is the hallmark of the timeless allure exuded by the Arceau watch, designed by Henri d’Origny in 1978. Available in two limited series of 24 each, the Arceau Into the Canadian Wild watch in white gold and diamonds captures the spirit of wild Nature on its dial.