For health safety reasons and in accordance with the precautionary principle, Baselworld has taken the decision to postpone the show to January 2021, due to concerns related to Covid-19.
As the UEFA Champions League returns, Hublot announces a limited edition of the Classic Fusion for fans of Europe’s most prestigious club competition.
It will have escaped no-one's notice that a new generation took over at the head of several leading watch firms last year, as digital's growing momentum demands a fresh perspective.
In 2018, Audemars Piguet celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Royal Oak Offshore, which first launched in 1993. For its pre-SIHH event, the Swiss watchmaker presents three new versions of the iconic sports watch: a re-edition of the original Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph, as well as a new Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillon Chronograph with a contemporary dial design developed in two versions.
Blancpain Presents a New Traditional Chinese Calendar Limited-Edition to Celebrate the Year of Dog in 2018
Blancpain presents a new limited-edition of its world-exclusive wristwatch equipped with a traditional Chinese calendar to celebrate the coming lunar New Year of the dog. The Manufacture in Le Brassus thereby wishes to honour this age-old culture by introducing a useful yet symbolic model that indicates an auspicious year of the dog in 2018.
The House of Harry Winston presents the Marquise Time, a versatile high jewelry timepiece that shines as a pendant or a traditional wristwatch. Inspired by antique ruffs, the Marquise Time features mesmerizing layers of aquamarines and diamonds.
As a preview of Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, Vacheron Constantin presents a Traditionnelle Complete Calendar as part of the Excellence Platine collection and an Overseas Dual Time.