Designer James Thompson brings his glow-in-the-dark advanced materials to bear on the HMX, producing fun representations of time that defy convention.
The French luxury titan forges a timepiece that recalls earlier and humbler times.
Vacheron Constantin’s newly revamped Overseas collection includes a chronograph with a completely new movement.
Greubel Forsey reiterates the beauty of independent watchmaking with its new Signature 1.
Parmigiani Fleurier celebrates its 20th anniversary with a new high-frequency split-seconds chronograph, the Tonda Chronor Anniversaire
Montblanc melds métiers d’art with mechanical complexity in the limited edition 4810 ExoTourbillon Slim 110 Years Edition revealed at the SIHH 2016.
HYT explores its edgier side with the Skull Bad Boy, which debuts a new color for its liquid module.
Hot on the heels of the Clé de Cartier comes another fresh face from the maison, Drive de Cartier.
A. Lange & Söhne delivers a dream package with the Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon
With the Lo Scienziato Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Titanio PAM578, Panerai debuts a case-making technique previously unseen in the industry
The Great Wave Villeret Metier d’Arts watch comes into focus, and brings a contemplative focus to our fair experience.
Pair the right gear with the right watch and you’ll do fine no matter where you go.
The Franck Muller Vanguard boldly takes on new concepts and designs, crafting watches that defy convention yet surrender to emotions
Glashütte Original shows off its vivacious side with the Senator Sixties Iconic Collection.
The WRC rally driver joins other great athletes in his new partnership with Richard Mille.
Meet Sherman, the manufacture robot tableclock most likely to make you smile today. He tells the time and that is pretty much it.
Luxury watch brand Zenith is marking its 150th birthday with a new version of its Christopher Columbus range of timepieces.
A gold pocket watch made by Patek Philippe for a New York banker in the 1930s has sold for a record $24 million at auction in Geneva.
To commemorate its 175th anniversary, Swiss luxury watchmaker Patek Philippe on Tuesday unveiled a new $2.6 million wristwatch.
The world’s most famous watch will return to the auction block as the centerpiece of Sotheby’s Geneva sale of Important Watches November 14.