In partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council, Cartier and Kering are launching the Watch and Jewellery Initiative 2030. Open to watch and jewellery brands across the globe, it lays down a common core of goals for the climate, natural resources and inclusiveness.
With the economy back in business and exports on the rise again, brands are newly inclined to show off their capacity for innovation and imagination. Here are some of the watches from the stream of recent releases.
After twice conquering Everest, Cory Richards set out to scale the mountain a third time, by one of the most difficult routes and without supplemental oxygen. Weather conditions forced him to cut short the ascent. Temporarily. Vacheron Constantin salutes the strength of this exceptional individual.
The creative collaboration between Garage Italia and Hublot has produced a watch whose shades of blue symbolise the infinite sky, sea and earth: the theme of this budding collection.
Since its creation, the Reverso has remained unscathed by passing time and fashions, maintaining its characteristic Art Deco features and its reversible system. These three new watches demonstrate this design's eternal youth.
Building on its prestigious history as a jeweller, Bulgari has imagined a capsule collection of three Serpenti watches set with amethysts.
When Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, saves humanity in the Avengers: Endgame movie, he does it with a UR-105 CT Iron and a UR-111C Black Cobra from Urwerk on his wrist.