The wind in your hair at the wheel of a classic car or manning the ropes on deck, stretched out on hot sands or making waves, rock chick or dancing queen, how will you spend your summer? Answer in ten watches that will make you regret having only two wrists.
"Elementary, my dear watchmaker" is a phrase that springs to mind when setting eyes on this supremely elegant watch. But, as is often the case, the simplest objects are the most complex to produce. Spotlight on the Slim d'Hermès and its ultra-thin in-house movement.
The anthology series Genius recently returned to National Geographic, with Antonio Banderas more convincing than ever as Pablo Picasso.
The original 24 time zones, intended to divide the globe into equal parts, were almost immediately altered to suit the needs of this or that country. First to take liberties with time were the British, with an eye on their numerous colonies.
Once an exercise in style intended to leave only the pith and marrow of an existing movement, skeletonization has expanded its territory to include complicated calibres as well as the mechanical movements in women's watches. A virtuoso illustration that less truly can be more.
Steve McQueen made its square shape famous when filming "Le Mans" in 1971. The one and only Monaco is back on the grid and sporting the colours of Gulf Oil International. All the vintage goodness you could want in a legendary watch!