Intimately bound up with Blancpain's identity, two emblematic red gold timepieces from the Villeret line - the Quantième Complet and the Ultraplate - are now available with blue dials.
In the wake of the First World War, Swiss watchmaking underwent a period of profound crisis, resulting in a State-led reorganisation of the sector. This rescue operation took the form of cartel agreements that remained in place until the 1960s. Part one: the 1920s and 1930s.
The Rolex Deepsea returns with redesigned curves and a first-time calibre. This truly is a dive watch for the deep: water-resistance is guaranteed to 3,900 metres with an additional safety margin of 25%.
Nomos teamed up with product designer Werner Aisslinger for the Autobahn Watch, that features a new Neomatik calibre with date. Big, bold and built for speed!
Still with its characteristic blue and burgundy bezel, Tudor's Black Bay dive watch gets the addition of a GMT function, thanks to the in-house MT5652 movement.
Blancpain's famed dive watch is given an annual calendar in its Bathyscaphe version. Its perfect legibility, robust movement and unidirectional rotating bezel confirm this is a watch cut out for the deep.
The Finissimo Tourbillon Automatic claims a fourth record for Bulgari as the thinnest automatic watch on the market – just 3.95mm high and with a tourbillon.
Patek Philippe revives its Ladies First Chronograph, withdrawn in 2016, with this new Reference 7150. The manual-wind chronograph movement is housed inside a 38mm pink gold case, set with diamonds.