The son of a diplomat, born in Great Neck, New York, Christopher Lambert (and his kilt) charmed the world with Highlander, a tale of immortals that’s now a cult classic.
Articles on the subject: Watch Stories
When Pierre Hermé talks watches, he does so with great appetite as well as a distinct admiration for the expertise, creativity, research, precision and aesthetic of a profession that has much in common with his own passion: pâtisserie.
Interviewing Michelle Pfeiffer is never a hardship. One of the most talented actresses of her generation, she’s also one of the most upfront.
An actress, model and supporter of humanitarian causes, Sonia Rolland has a weakness for watches that are elegant and hard-working. Like her.
He's played a judge, God, the President of the United States, the President of South Africa, an abolitionist, a prisoner, a chauffeur... In a career spanning more than fifty years, Morgan Freeman has portrayed characters with a strength of purpose he shares. He looks back at his life and movies.
Omega celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Silver Snoopy Award it received from NASA in 1970 for its contribution to manned space flight with a third commemorative Speedmaster, after models released in 2003 and 2015.
She'd been away from our screens for too long. Now, at 64, Kim Cattrall - aka Sex and the City's Samantha Jones - is back with a vengeance in Filthy Rich, billed as a Southern gothic drama. Interview.
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.