Xploring has become Ulysse Nardin’s motivation, and the result is a universe of X-factor: X like an adventure, X like our deepest desires, X for the unknown, X for what’s forbidden, bold and exciting.
Sequent has revolutionised the smartwatch world by creating the first models that can be recharged using the natural movement of the wrist. Borrowing the principle of a winding rotor from mechanical watchmaking, the SuperCharger models are the only smartwatches in the world with no battery limitations and no cables, which makes them better for the environment.
The public ceremony – on prior registration due to the health measures – will take place at 6.30 pm on Thursday 17th September 2020 at the Musée International d'Horlogerie (MIH) in La Chaux-de-Fonds, and will be attended by David Vitali, Head of Culture and Society of the Federal Office of Culture.
Black & white is far more than just a choice of tones. It’s an entire design language that echoes towering urban landscapes and edgy art and fashion movements. While the DEFY 21 and DEFY Classic have gone through numerous iterations that incorporate exotic materials and vibrant colors, the Black & White editions take on a drastically different approach with an achromatic palette.
Pierre Jacques has had an active career in the watch industry for over two decades — first co-founding our sister media GMT Magazine (celebrating its 20th anniversary this year), he then went on to serve as director as the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) as well as leading the Geneva branch of watch and jewellery retailer Les Ambassadeurs.
For this 14th edition of the Project Z collection, launched in 2004, Harry Winston continues with the collection’s original concept: to redefine the genre of luxury sports watches.
One week after the launch of the BLAST collection at the Geneva Watch Days, Ulysse Nardin presents an astonishing new BLAST high jewellery timepiece, an openworked automatic tourbillon embellished with what appears to be a mosaic of hundreds of shattered shards of mirror.
Despite COVID-19 trying to undermine everything in the world, some sailing events may still be taking place in the next year or so. Among those on the roster are the Vendee Globe (for which Ulysse Nardin is the Official Timekeeper) race later this year, and even next year’s America’s Cup (for which Omega is the Official Timekeeper), among others.