Thirty years ago, a determined actor embarked on one of Hollywood's greatest ever epics: Dances With Wolves, a magnificent portrayal of the American West and its heroes.
Staying relevant in unprecedented times, here are the watch brands that sparked discussions and stayed present on social media during the Covid-19 global pandemic.
Having asked itself this question at its beginning, the FHH Watchmaking Trends Report 2018 spends the ensuing 35 pages suggesting some answers using interviews with CEOs, designers, media, the ubiquitous influencers and yes, even a watchmaker, along with acute insights, analysis, infographics, and films.
For 162 episodes, he played one of television's best-loved private investigators... and put Aloha shirts on the fashion radar. We meet the man behind Magnum.
Not much has been seen of the "king of complications" these past couple of years. Now it's back with a vengeance, courtesy of Andreas Strehler, Blancpain and Carl F. Bucherer.
In 2012, Jaeger-LeCoultre released its Rendez-Vous collection – the very one which last year accounted for 45% of the brand's revenue. This gives a clear indication that the women's watch market has come into its own.
Richemont is introducing a fresh, new, eco-responsible brand by the name of Baume whose watches combine minimalist designs with maximum personalisation and low prices.
As we enter the second year of largely unremarkable men’s watch introductions – not that we aren’t thrilled about line extensions, upgrades and value pricing – women’s watches have been taking up the slack and stealing the spotlight.