The confluence between and art and time is obvious. We assembled a selection of watches that tie the two together in forms both pleasing and challenging.
Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre and its iconic Reverso model pay tribute to another unmistakable star, this one from the world of art: Vincent Van Gogh.
German watchmaker Glashütte Original knows a thing or two about beautiful dials, as illustrated here by the Glashütte Original PanoMatic Luna watch.
Apple unveiled new plans at its recent media event that has garnered both attention and some ridicule from around the globe.
Fine watchmaking and art might be connected as so-called investments of passion but they are very different; Richard Mille begs to differ.
The American designer Michael Kors teams up with Fossil for a new timepiece that is smart and stylish.
Balthazar is a toy that tells time, with movable joints and everything, but it is a toy for grown-ups. It reminds us of the Iron Giant, a little.
Corum’s iconic Golden Bridge becomes even more architectural in the Golden Bridge Round
At just 16mm in diameter, the Longines Mini is the Swiss manufacture’s smallest watch in the current range.
Stealthy, sober, and sophisticated, all-black watches are perfect companions for urban jungle prowls
The Franck Muller Vanguard Tourbillon Skeleton shows off more than just its internal mechanism
Bell & Ross’s khaki-clad BR 03-94 bears testament to the BR family’s design longevity and versatility
Inspired by Japanese culture, Parmigiani Fleurier crafted two pièce unique Toric Quaestors with solid gold dials
Montblanc created the TimeWalker Pythagore Ultra-Light Concept to match the lighting-quick reflexes of world badminton champion Lin Dan
When you think about a timepiece like the LM1 Silberstein, concerns about instant gratification are rendered meaningless. The appeal here is personal.
Thick, heavy, outsized dive watches are U-Boat’s forte, and the Chimera Net is the latest from the brand, with a twist on the layered dial aesthetic
Hermès continues to push the envelope in the field of metiers d’art, with the Arceau Tigre, which debuts a new technique previously unseen in watchmaking
Seiko’s high watchmaking department finally makes its first Grand Seiko timepiece, the Spring Drive 8 Day Power Reserve (Ref. SBGD001)
The luxury watchmaker Richard Mille was on hand to witness the Le Mans Classic this year and even launched a new limited edition watch in its honor.
We sit down with Peter Speake-Marin as he shares with us his thoughts on the watch industry, his brand and Tai Chi Qigong.