A hip artsy crowd gathered at Condesa, Mexico City’s trendy neighbourhood and home of established and up and coming artists to join an event hosted by TAG Heuer, the Swiss avant garde watchmaker. The American street artist Alec Monopoly transformed an art space into his workshop. The guests got a closer look into his creative process. Alec was putting finishing touches to a canvas in tribute to the Mexican solidarity and strength after the devastating earthquake of September 2017.
The Mysterious Double Tourbillon movement created at the La Chaux-de-Fonds Manufacture in 2013 represents a milestone in Cartier watchmaking history: the tourbillon appears to be suspended in mid-air with no connection to the rest of the movement.
Currency swings have taken a bite out of the main groups' results. The situation should improve slightly in the second half-year, although growth will remain slim.
70 years ago, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry took off on a reconnaissance flight over France and never returned. Now, IWC Schaffhausen commemorates the last flight of the celebrated pilot and author with three special limited editions, thereby strengthening its longstanding partnership with Saint-Exupéry’s descendants. Moreover, all proceeds from the sale of the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Edition “The Last Flight” in platinum at an auction later this year will benefit the charitable Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation.
New addition to the lineSport, F.P.Journe introduces the Octa Sport with a case in titanium grade 5, high tech and ultra light material of dark grey colour with matte finishing. In a quest for performance and lightness, the movement and dial are made of aluminium alloy and this watch weighs from 60 to 70 grams depending of the model.
Rolex celebrates its partnership with James Cameron’s historic dive by launching a new version of the Rolex Deepsea.
For 2014, Ralph Lauren presents three Ralph Lauren Black Safari models inspired by the rugged beauty of the African landscape and the romance of safari.
The trend remained unchanged in July. Watch exports continued to show moderate growth in value terms. Totalling 2.1 billion francs, they registered an increase of 2.2% compared to July 2013. For four months growth has been modest but sustained, allowing the sector to hold its own at a very high level.