A. Lange & Söhne delivers a dream package with the Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon
The luxury watch brand becomes the official watch for Coachella Music Festival.
The new A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia collection went through just enough of a facelift to be attuned to the times yet maintaining its core aesthetics.
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.
Stealthy and strong, carbon fiber takes the spotlight in Graham’s latest Chronofighter Superlight Carbon.
Pair the right gear with the right watch and you’ll do fine no matter where you go.
Although this is a story about the new moon phase Breguet Classique model for ladies, reference 9088, fair warning that the story meanders at points.
This new reference from legendary watchmaker Patek Philippe combines for the first time the crowd-pleasing worldtimer complication and the chronograph.
With a stunning blue dial, this new edition of the Senator Chronometer blends precision with modern elegance.
A. Lange & Söhne offered something truly special on the occasion of its 200th birthday.
When we heard about a 50mm behemoth lurking at Breitling, we had to have a look this 21st century attempt to bridge light weight and strength on the wrist.
This diver’s watch from Tudor is easily the star of BaselWorld 2016, with its good looks and manufacture movement.
The mood the press has picked up on is somber but I’m feeling upbeat at Glashütte Original, looking at the new Senator Excellence.
Cased in titanium, this watch features the thinnest manual winding minute repeater movement (3.12mm thick) in the world.
We bring you the latest of what Chopard has to offer at BaselWorld 2016.
We take a look at what Rolex has to offer at BaselWorld 2016.
Straight from Basel, we bring you the highlights of Day 1 that saw smart watch talk from Bulgari and Hublot.
It is like Christmas for watch aficionados and we are right in the heart of the action. We bring you a pre-Basel round-up from Switzerland.
Swiss watchmaker Omega modernized the Moonwatch with three new faces, one of which is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.