Innovations come thick and fast at Richard Mille. After the RM 72-01, the brand's first in-house chronograph with a patented mechanism, featured in a film by choreographer Benjamin Millepied and composer Thomas Roussel, all eyes are on the RM 27-04. This tourbillon with a world-first construction celebrates the 10th anniversary of the brand's partnership with tennis legend Rafael Nadal.
In 1845 Ferdinand Adolph Lange started making watches in Glashütte, a village in the ore-bearing hills of Saxony, Germany. In doing so, he laid the foundations for a world-renowned manufactory and, more widely, a regional industry. A milestone commemorated by A. Lange & Söhne as well as by Nomos.
Three years after her last television project, the charismatic Sharon Stone is back in the public eye in Mosaic, a miniseries directed by Steven Soderbergh.
First released in 1954, the Rolex Submariner has arguably become one of the most recognisable timepieces ever. A watch that has not only survived but thrived, irrespective of trends or era. So what's the secret?
Since 1950, the Luminor has changed faces many times but never strayed far from the first tool watches that Panerai supplied to Italian Navy combat divers. The ultimate sport-chic watch, this version is no exception.
Launched in 2015, the Escale Time Zone puts a new angle on the multiple time-zone complication. This season's rendition drapes itself in the blue of the ocean and the sky. Climb aboard for a closer look at this visually compelling as well as technically astute watch from the master of travel, Louis Vuitton.