Minimalism: a word that has gone from artistic movement to lifestyle, from Bauhausian simplicity to the promise of happiness and peace of mind. This vision of minimalism is at odds with the philosophy that has triumphed in history, as austere as it is creative, as modern as it is eternally inspiring.
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Covid-19 shutdowns prevented Richard Mille from surpassing one billion Swiss francs in turnover, but it’s only a matter of time for the brand which checked out of 2020 with its most complex chronograph to date.
With just a couple of days to go, there is still time to leave an extra gift under the tree. Let the Christmas spirit be your guide with this selection of watches in festive shades of green, red and gold. Enjoy!
The editors and contributors at FHH Journal share their pick of the watches that caught their eye in 2020.
A twenty-first century uniform, streetwear has metamorphosed part of our wardrobe, transformed the fashion industry and is even shaking up Haute Horlogerie. From A for Alessandro Michele to V for Virgil Abloh, a look at five icons who have put the watch industry on streetwear time.
Prodigiously complicated, fabulously precious (and extremely expensive), any one of these watches could feature on our holiday wishlist. For those of us who still believe in Santa, here are some of the year’s most remarkable timepieces. Because Christmas is a time for magic.
Originating in hip hop subculture and now part of mainstream fashion, rooted in affordable sportswear and now on first-name terms with luxury, streetwear is a more complex trend than it might appear. While some Haute Horlogerie brands refuse all comment, others have succumbed to its irresistible attraction.