A year after its official launch, Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet continues to evolve with five new self-winding date, hour, minute and second references and five new self-winding chronograph models, with complex lacquered dials and a palette of deep colours.
Chiming watches, whether minute repeaters, grandes sonneries or alarms, are embedded in the history of the Le Sentier brand, a tradition it upholds this year with customary brilliance.
Mini watches are all the rage, as these five designs from Baselworld show. Breguet, Bulgari, Chanel, Harry Winston and Hermès remind us that small really is beautiful.
"Designed by Ferrari, crafted by Hublot" is the principle behind the new Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph. It comes as three versions – King Gold, PEEK carbon or titanium – with 70 of each.
In these difficult times for the Swiss watch industry, does it really make sense for brands to pursue the grail that is the in-house calibre? With Baselworld in full swing, it's a question worth asking considering the boom in watches equipped with proprietary movements while many specialist contractors face bust.
Destination Moon is the latest collaboration between L'Epée 1839 and MB&F; an eight-day table clock shaped like a rocket straight out of a child's imagination. Fortunately for us, Maximilian Büsser likes to share his toys!
Blancpain introduces a new Date Moon Phases for women. Two emblematic complications instilled with the classic elegance that defines the Villeret collection.
After Arceau Le Temps Suspendu and Dressage L’Heure Masquée, introducing Slim d’Hermès L’Heure Impatiente. A trilogy of watches that captures Hermès' desire to play with time, to tease us with it, and show that hours and minutes can lend themselves to the most fanciful interpretations.