The House of Bovet presents the second chapter of the iconic Virtuoso VIII tourbillon – the ultimate expression of artisanal watchmaking, decorative arts, mechanical ingenuity, and innovation.
For this second chapter, the elegant decoration perfects the timepiece's technical prowess.
In an industry marred with the tendency to rest on its laurels, Maurice Lacroix is a breath of fresh air. The brand has no allusions on how it views itself; they make high quality watches for people who have, for too long, viewed luxury watches as out of their reach.
Created by Henri d’Origny in 1978, the round Arceau watch with its stirrupinspired lugs lends its singular aesthetic to a new stylistic expression. Imagined by Swiss artist Fred Rawyler for a silk scarf, a gleaming graphic design – reinterpreted to create fascinating depth and effects of light – brings sunshine to the dial of the aptly named new Arceau Soleil.
In developing this original watchmaking creation, Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, Co-President of the Maison and founder of the Chopard Manufacture workshops created in 1996, selected its best design engineers, watchmakers and experts in the strictest secrecy with a mandate to imagine the future of sporting Haute Horlogerie.
Once again, a watch by Kari Voutilainen has entered the final phase of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève. This 28SC is a contestant in the Men's Watch category and, as always with his production, it has many things to show for itself.
Wherever you’re heading, the Dual Time watch from the Executive collection will be your trusty friend as you journey across the globe.
In the early days, smartwatches were gadgets for geeks. But the advent of the Apple Watch changed all that. It made the smartwatch an item that appealed to all audiences, of all ages, from all over the world – from the seasoned watch collector to the simple technophile.