The pyramid that make up Bovet’s comprehensive manufacturing facilities is comprised of 3 foundational points: The Chateau de Môtiers, the DIMIER 1738 Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie Artisanale and the Bovet 1822 Manufacture de Cadrans et de Sertissage.
Montblanc’s new global brand campaign — What Moves You, Makes You — brings to life the Maison’s mission to inspire people to express their full potential on their own terms, and celebrates those who have found their own original path to rewriting the codes of success for the 21st century.
On the occasion of GMT Magazine’s 20th anniversary (and WorldTempus’s upcoming 20th anniversary in 2021), we have embarked on the ambitious project of summarising the last 20 years in watchmaking in The Millennium Watch Book, a big, beautifully laid out coffee table book.
This is my 11th year attending watch fairs in Switzerland, and I feel entirely justified in saying that no one could have anticipated what 2020 would be like. I’m entirely aware that I work in an industry populated by leaders with vision and drive, which is why we still have any kind of organised trade exhibition this year at all.
When the first DB28 was launched in 2010, De Bethune's idea was to present a timepiece with an identity of its own and a resolutely futuristic vision of the art of watchmaking.
The Cosmos Infinity Edition (limited to 8 pieces) features no less than three exceptional complications. Firstly, a lyre-shaped Tourbillon cage is held in position by Girard-Perregaux’s signature ‘Neo Bridge’. Secondly, a terrestrial globe, positioned at 3 o’clock, proves an eye-catching means of conveying whether the indicated time is day or night.
After having successfully launched the Terre Adélie and Orion Nebula models in May (both sold out), Czapek & Cie unveils a special edition of its new Antarctique collection.
The Austral Ocean, also known as the Antarctic Ocean or the Southern Ocean, comprises the southernmost waters encircling Antarctica.
There’s no use trying to tell me that brands shouldn’t evolve or tha they should stay exactly the same over the decades. If your brand is known for the type of watch that takes pride in incorporating new, technical materials; if its known for some of the most disruptive mechanisms and displays to appear in modern watchmaking; if you are Ulysse Nardin — you actually do have a duty to bring new stuff to the table continually, and to dare to surprise your audience.