As tool watches gain in popularity, the chronograph's star continues to rise. Whether reissues of legendary models, new executions of vintage designs or high-flying mechanisms, brands have it covered. Here's our selection.
Established in Biel/Bienne two years ago, Norqain is beginning to make a name for itself. A long-term strategic partnership with Kenissi, a movement-maker whose clients include Tudor and Chanel, is focusing attention on this young brand that already boasts an impressive roll call of retailers.
A jeweller, a watchmaker, a jewellery watchmaker, Italian brand Bulgari appeals to many people for many different reasons. Which are the brand’s fan favourites? We scoured Instagram in search of the top five most Instagrammed #Bulgari watches.
Like its creator, the watch Pierre Arpels imagined in 1949 was the epitome of elegance. In 2014, Van Cleef & Arpels added an air of cosmopolitan sophistication to the collection with the introduction of a dual time zone complication.
Impossible to miss between 2004 and 2015, it looked as though the tourbillon had lost some of its power to turn collectors' heads. This most iconic of complications is now making a comeback both in collections and in the online world.
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.