The German town of Glashütte has been a centre for fine watchmaking since 1845. Nomos Glashütte is marking the occasion with three limited-edition versions of a classic model.
Patek Philippe presents the new Ref. 5303 as its first minute repeater with the striking mechanism on the dial side, together with reinterpretations of the legendary Ref. 5370 Split-Seconds Chronograph and of the classic Ref. 5270 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph.
Masters in the art of paillonné enamel, the craftsmen at Jaquet Droz have deployed a wealth of expertise to give life to six new watches whose dials are ablaze with gold spangles on Grand Feu enamel.
More readily associated with highly complicated mechanisms, the Toric collection also knows how to embrace the essentials of time with this version, based on the very first watch created by Michel Parmigiani. Hours, minutes, seconds and date, in all simplicity.
For Audemars Piguet CEO François-Henry Bennahmias, it's a simple equation. Each year, some 600,000 luxury watches are produced for a global market of 30 to 40 million people. Until the figures balance, Swiss watchmaking can look forward to some great years… provided it knows how.
With a 46% decline in net profit in 2016, Richemont is also grappling with the world economic crisis. A look at results.
One of Hollywood's most bankable actresses, Anne Hathaway is capable of playing any role. For her, a watch is more than just an accessory.
In 2016, Hublot introduced the Classic Fusion Berluti line, in collaboration with the renowned shoemaker whose famous Venezia leather is now found on the Classic Fusion Chronograph Berluti, with a choice of two finishes.