These watches bear the elegance of dress watch, yet carry an undercurrent of athleticism, precision, and passion.
CEO Yann Gamard is secure in Glashütte Original’s identity as the manufactory debuts a new core calibre
One complication good, two complications better. These 23 watches struck our friends at World of Watches as especially important.
Cartier’s latest timepiece is bold, masculine and made for the modern gentleman.
The Baume & Mercier Clifton Chronograph Complete Calendar strives to provide added functionality in an elegant package.
With decades, sometimes centuries, of history under their belt, watch companies are taking the opportunity to bring back some of their old favourites
Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre has been talking up its Reverso by Christian Louboutin collaboration in the press since the SIHH earlier this year.
Men’s Folio takes a look into the dazzling crystal cases of sapphire watches.
Light may be intangible but that hasn’t stopped the Van Cleef & Arpels Midnight Nuit Lumineuse from playing with it in its latest poetic display of time.
Zenith represents the historic car race as the official timepiece, with the whole event ending with roaring success.
Watch companies break out all manner of métiers d’arts to usher in the Year of the Monkey
Reading the time on SevenFriday’s V Series may require some effort on the part of the wearer, but that’s where all the fun is.
Contemporary aesthetes will be drawn to the Junghans Meister Agenda’s minimalist, industrial chic design.
If the famous Golden Ratio symbolizes perfection, then Vulcain’s 50s Presidents’ Watch wears perfection proudly on its sleeve.
Bulgari has applied the Ultranero treatment to the Octo collection this year, with the Solotempo model available in two variants.
The vice president and general manager of Swiss Watches for Tiffany & Co. goes into his ambitions and overarching vision for the brand.
Franck Muller’s latest Vanguard Carbon Krypton has a secret hiding in plain sight – just turn off the lights to reveal it.
HYT enters uncharted waters with the H2 Tradition, which uses classical watch design elements it hasn’t previously explored.
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.