How can one construct and interpret time in the most refined way possible? Bulgari and the Japanese architect Tadao Ando have attempted to provide an answer to this equation by creating the 160-piece Octo Finissimo Tadao Ando limited series.
An ambitious initiative that delivered on its promises. After ten intense days that put watchmaking worldwide in the spotlight, Watches and Wonders 2021 brings down the curtain on a truly successful edition. New releases, major announcements, exceptional creations, panels, discussions and a hugely popular Morning Show kept interest at a high throughout what was the most important watch Salon ever held online and offline. The enthusiasm surrounding the leading names gathered in Geneva then in Shanghai can be measured by how widely the event was relayed around the globe, generating hundreds of millions of views on social media, to single out Watches and Wonders as a key gathering in a particularly delicate sanitary context.
The only wristwatch with a singing bird automaton, the Charming Bird returns in red gold or white gold, both with a Grand Feu enamel dial.
Greubel Forsey doesn't make watches. It crafts timepieces which, one by one, rebuild the expertise that fell by the wayside of the quartz crisis. We visited the brand in Le Crêt-du-Locle.
Bvlgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin made a field visit to Jordan, where the brand has joined forces with Save The Children to develop educational projects for Syrian refugee children.
The latest Bain & Co report confirms the luxury market's unstoppable growth, powered by young, digitally connected Chinese. The personal luxury goods market is expected to grow by around 5% annually to 2025, when it will be worth in the region of €350 billion.
The new Submersible Chronograph by Panerai is a tribute to Guillaume Néry, its ambassador for the sea and twice free-diving world champion.
The next-generation Range Rover Evoque provided the inspiration for the Zenith Defy Classic, the latest timepiece to come out of the partnership that began three years ago.