In association with Collective, a Silicon Valley collectors' club, Zenith has designed this limited-edition Chronomaster El Primero C.01 with the accent on simplicity and functionality.
The latest rendition of the Tetra, a manual-winding model and a staple of the Nomos Glashütte catalogue for the past 25 years, now comes with a rich plum-coloured dial.
The unmistakable sound of this most flamboyant fowl has rung out on Saturday January 28th to mark the beginning of Chinese New Year. Until February 15th 2018, the Fire Rooster will colour our mood - and the dials of our watches - with its bright plumage and proud stance. Plenty for watchmakers to crow about!
Louis Vuitton gets ready for summer with an Africa-inspired theme. First stop, the Tambour Slim Monogram Savane.
In hibernation since the 1980s, three complete collections have resurfaced at IWC, Cartier and Girard-Perregaux, and all clearly have women in their sights. Some have been given a full revamp, others are almost exactly as we remember them. At last, these sleeping beauties shall go to the ball!
The entry-level segment has become a recurring theme among Fine Watch brands, and while efforts are clearly being made in this department, one unknown factor remains: the customer, preferably young and less inclined towards luxury.
Its perfect silhouette and distinctive font make a welcome incursion into horological complications. Deceptively simple in appearance, the Hermès Slim Quantième Perpétuel Platinum turns to one of watchmaking's most demanding feats. It is also a visual delight in blue.
After the Récital 18 Shooting Star, presented in 2016, Bovet continues its exploration of time and the universe. The Récital 20 Astérium brings together a 10-day flying tourbillon with a sky map and an annual calendar with astronomical functions.