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.
The Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Mysterious Seconds Revelation comes dressed in two guises, and finally reveals the mechanism driving its signature complication.
Zenith transits from wings to wheels with the Heritage Pilot Café Racer Spirit
Simple but far from plain, the Longines RailRoad is a slice of history for the wrist
World of Watches envisions the qualities that the ultimate sports chronograph should possess.
Graham looked to the good old days of aviation for inspiration, and crafted the Chronofighter Vintage that harks back to that era.
The exhibition, put together with the help of artist Guillaume Airiaud sees a fascinating array of displays that allude to the house’s esteemed range of timepieces.
Inspired by a historical timepiece from its museum collection, the brand releases a new iteration of its Three Gold Bridges watch — the Esmeralda Tourbillon
Breguet’s signature worldtimer, the Hora Mundi, is reintroduced with a less ornate look
These marvels of miniaturisation are what keep our micro mechanical cosmos ticking.
Preserving a place that is as rich in culture and history as the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, is no easy feat — nor is it cheap.
As a descendent of historical Tudor dive watches, the Black Bay preserves some of its predecessors’ signatures, such as the “snowflake” hour hand.
Bell & Ross decided this year that space cowboys could use a chronograph to call their own, so enter the BR-X1 Hyperstellar.
Perrelet’s new Lab collection maintains its signature design of having a rotor on the dial, but changes things up with a functional peripheral rotor this time