After the launch, last November, of the Diver X and the Lady Diver, Ulysse Nardin begins the final chapter of the Diver story with three new 44mm chronographs.
The Arraw Star Twist by RJ captures the beauty of the universe. A 39mm case, crowned with a sapphire-studded rotating bezel, surrounds a dial that draws us into the fascinating depths of a blue Magellanic Cloud.
From ground-breaking designs to record-breaking movements, the Bulgari Octo collection launched in 2012 has already become the luxury brand’s best-selling men’s watch line. We take a closer look.
Chanel's watch division celebrates its thirtieth anniversary by equipping the Première Camélia Skeleton with a second in-house movement. Designed in the shape of Gabrielle Chanel's favourite flower, the camellia, Calibre 2 confirms Chanel's intent to develop its signature style in mechanical watches.
“Insight Micro-Rotor is a haute horlogerie creation, but also a daily timepiece that can be enjoyed for its simplicity of use,” explains Romain Gauthier. "You can take Insight Micro-Rotor off Friday evening, put it on again Monday, and there will still be plenty of power stored with precision guaranteed.”
As any watch fan knows, as from today it's all eyes on Basel. With just hours to go before doors officially open, check out our Baselworld Briefing and ten of the new releases on show at this year's fair, with Armin Strom, Breguet, Bulgari, Chanel, Greubel Forsey, Haldimann, Hublot, HYT, Louis Vuitton and TAG Heuer.
From a carefully formed design to the new automatic calibre, the Endeavour Centre Seconds Automatic stands out as a watch for daily wear. Its secret? Simplicity itself.
After the exciting reveals of 2016, when Chopard celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Manufacture, the watches making their debut at Baselworld promise an equally auspicious year. Setting the mood, the recently unveiled Garden of Kalahari is the most precious jewellery collection ever to leave its workshops.