Roger Dubuis never misses an opportunity to spring exclusive experiences. Early 2020 was no exception to this rule as Aspen geared up to stage the latest in the Roger Dubuis range of far-out adventures.
Released mid-March, the third Morgan Stanley report, in collaboration with LuxeConsult, on the Swiss watch market shows that out of some 350 brands, the bulk of growth in 2019 came from the seven whose turnover exceeds CHF 1 billion. The analysis also highlights the outperformance of privately owned brands.
Four variations of the Petite Heure Minute explore the sign of the Rat, and the start of a new cycle of the Chinese calendar.
F.P.Journe's Astronomic Souveraine in steel features 18 functions and complications, designed to reconnect us with the stars.
Panerai's Goldtech™ returns centre-stage, this time in the guise of the new Luminor Due – 42mm watches.
Framed by a fine gold case, the Slim d’Hermès lends its refined design to the art of Ikat weaving. Against a white or blue background, its dial embroidered with gold threads reveals the graceful curves of a galloping horse.
Richard Mille returns to the RM 033, introduced in 2011, with a 140-piece limited edition of this ultra-thin round watch with automatic winding, in the brand's signature Carbon TPT®.
Surrounded by the transparency of anti-reflective glass, the Atmos Transparente clock is a lesson in pure understatement, with minimalist hour markers and hands on an Art Deco dial.