The new Reverso One collection shows off Jaeger-LeCoultre’s feminine touch with three new interpretations of the classic timepiece
Hublot’s Art of Fusion approach sees it melding high watchmaking and material alchemy to play with design and mechanics
Cartier’s new Hypnose timepiece is dazzling in more ways than one.
Corum expands its Heritage collection with a timepiece that blooms on the wrist.
We learn more about how Alfred Terzibachian does luxury.
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Frosted Gold is quite a delectable horological treat, a present to itself to honor the 40th anniversary of the watch.
Proposed by the Swatch Group-owned watchmaker as a dress watch, it is certain to upend the expectations, and upset the constitutions, of some gentlemen.
The first watch designed by Chanel with a masculine touch goes through a complete makeover and is now smaller, girlier and the most desirable it has ever been.
The Breitling Chronomat 44 Blacksteel Special Edition makes a strong statement on the wrist – not just because of that 44mm girth.
The new Instrument de Marine line posits the question: What if Bell & Ross had been founded 200 years earlier, when the aircraft had not yet been invented?
It is old school cool for the Tudor Heritage Advisor, which now comes in a colorway that will fit right in with Jay Gatsby’s ensemble.
Longines raises a toast to its glorious history with the Heritage 1918.
WOW brings us an exciting new issue for fall that looks at the technical side of watchmaking.
Although substantial in size, the Graham Chronofighter Superlight Carbon Skeleton is surprisingly light and limber.
The Senator Chronometer is the latest model from Glashütte Original to be extended with a reference in blue. We take a deeper dive here…
The Parmigiani Fleurier Toric Kaleidoscope Prestige enchants with a melodious tune and an animated dial.
The Marine Chronograph Annual Calendar melds simplicity and classic styling in a nod to Ulysse Nardin’s history, and two decades of the Marine collection.
In revisiting the Golden Age of aviation, the new Rolex Air-King brandishes a completely new aesthetic.
The Credor Fugaku Tourbillon Limited Edition scores with a one-two punch of technical and artisanal mastery.
When Panerai introduced the slim Calibre P.4000, eager aficionados knew that slimmed down Luminors would soon become a reality. Behold PAM 674 and 675.