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Love The Sea And The Earth

Nov 24, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Designed to mimic the skin of Africa’s largest python, the all-new  MTGB1000WLP1 by Casio G-SHOCK and Wildlife Promising boasts a laser etched band, case and bezel covered in a brown, black, and gold python pattern.

Martin Scorsese: The Greatest Fella

Nov 23, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

25 films and 16 documentaries, how did the greatest director of our time Martin Scorcese achieve cinematic eminence? And what sort of timepiece would accompany this screen legend through his milestones?

Louis Vuitton Follows its Own Beat

Nov 19, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Fluorescent green accents of the new Louis Vuitton Tambour Damier Graphite Race reference the strikingly bold colour palette of Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Artistic Director Virgil Abloh, a man widely touted to have catapulted Louis Vuitton into a major streetwear contender. 

The All-Sapphire Chanel J12 X-Ray

Nov 18, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Chanel watchmaking presents the clearest representation of its values in the J12 X-Ray – literally. This gem of a timepiece also gives us the chance to wax lyrical about the J12 overall

Alejandro Iñárritu: The Director who Soared

Nov 16, 2020 / Lifestyle

Known for his exploration of the human condition, coupled with his visual style, Rolex Testimonee Alejandro Iñárritu is a cinematic force to be reckoned with.

Whispered: Volumes of Substance

Nov 16, 2020 / World of Watches (WOW)

Typical complications of this nature, a carillon with three pairs of hammers no less, are usually hefty and thick but the new Patek Philippe Grande Et Petite Sonnerie is exemplary in its execution of striking time en passant when one considers its svelte 12 mm thinness

Stallone's "Daylight" Panerai for Sale

Nov 11, 2020 / Auctions

The most important modern Panerai timepiece ever offered publicly, will go under the hammer on Saturday, December 12 during the New York Watches auction.

Kathryn Bigelow: Where No Woman Has Gone

Nov 10, 2020 / Lifestyle

The first and only woman ever with an Oscar for directing, Kathryn Bigelow found that when her mentor Lawrence Weiner challenged and frustrated her, he effectively shaped her creative process

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