IWC Schaffhausen has opened the doors to its new flagship in Zurich for an interactive journey into its world. The immersive experience includes memorabilia, virtual reality and even a live link to IWC’s Manufacturing Center in Schaffhausen.
The Carrera collection is getting a facelift at TAG Heuer, with chronographs that combine technology with elegance.
The Geneva firm heads for Japan with brand partner Lamborghini Squadra Corse. The Italian automaker presents a limited edition of five unique cars, for the Japanese market only. Keeping them company are five Excalibur Aventador S representing the five elements.
Zenith has settled in for summer with a pop-up pod in the Sardinian resort of Porto Cervo. A limited-edition Defy El Primero 21 in nautical colours marks the occasion.
Chanel took the financial community by surprise when it published its annual results. Firstly, for such a show of transparency from an unlisted company and secondly for the quality of the numbers that put the French firm at the top of the luxury pyramid.
Harry Winston presents its first ever yellow gold watch, as part of the Emerald collection. Inspired by an era of smaller timepieces for women, the dark dial contrasts with sparkling diamonds to add glamour to every day.
Sister company to H. Moser & Cie, Precision Engineering is one of the few manufacturers with the capacity to develop and produce regulating organs and their components: balance springs, balances, levers and escape wheels. At last month's EPHJ fair, it presented the prototype for its first cylindrical balance spring.