Summer is always a great pretext to ditch monochrome in favour of brighter, sunnier shades. With more and more watchmakers lavishing colour on their dials, the opportunity is too good to miss.
A year after its official launch, Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet continues to evolve with five new self-winding date, hour, minute and second references and five new self-winding chronograph models, with complex lacquered dials and a palette of deep colours.
Fifty years after launching the Memovox Polaris, Jaeger-LeCoultre debuts the Polaris collection, inspired by this legendary timepiece. The 42mm Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Chronograph is the sportiest model in this new line.
These 28th Olympics point to the future of the Games, as Omega rolls out new technologies. They include sensors that enable each athlete to analyse his or her performance in real time.
Omega has chosen its Seamaster to commemorate the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang with two limited editions of 2,018 pieces each, one the Planet Ocean and the other an Aqua Terra.
Omega is globally renowned as the official timekeeper for the Olympic Games, a role it's fulfilling for the twenty-eighth time at PyeongChang. The brand has extended its partnership with the International Olympic Committee through to 2032.
Hublot and Depeche Mode have unveiled a 55-piece limited edition of the Big Bang. Each is unique, inspired by the band's 55 singles. Sales will benefit the non-profit organisation charity: water.
The 39.5-mm diameter singles this watch out as the brand's first for women – and as commendable as every other of its timepieces, from the sophisticated mechanical movement to the exceptional finishing.