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.
The patriarch of German watchmaking, A. Lange & Söhne produces watches whose exteriors are as finely honed as the mechanisms inside. After visiting the brand's manufacturing facilities in Glashütte, we scoured Instagram to find out which of its timepieces are the most popular.
Whether for geek appeal or to channel the inner kidult, fine watchmaking is finding pop culture's iconic characters impossible to resist. Mickey Mouse, Spiderman, James Bond, Hulk and company have taken over our dials. But are these childhood heroes built to last?
As the 88th International Motor Show gets under way in Geneva, we look at a cult object that speaks volumes about who we are: our car. Road hog, Sunday driver or family man... you are what you drive!
Technology and design have undergone countless transformations since 1904 when Louis Cartier imagined the Santos for aviation pioneer Alberto Santos-Dumont, and still this revolutionary wristwatch hasn't aged a day. For proof, the new Santos collection, presented this year, bears a striking similarity to the original, as befits a true classic.
It'll be red carpet time on Sunday March 4th as the American film industry celebrates its actors, directors and movies at the 90th Academy Awards. What if the nominees were from the watch industry instead? And the winner is...
Fine watchmaking has long been a world dominated by men, but a stroll around SIHH this year suggested things are starting to change. With more and more new releases, from Romain Gauthier's first ever ladies' watch to Richard Mille's new RM 07-01, we are seeing women's watches reach higher levels of complexity. It looks like ladies' watches are slowly beginning to rival men's.