IWC Schaffhausen has opened the doors to its new flagship in Zurich for an interactive journey into its world. The immersive experience includes memorabilia, virtual reality and even a live link to IWC’s Manufacturing Center in Schaffhausen.
The Carrera collection is getting a facelift at TAG Heuer, with chronographs that combine technology with elegance.
The Geneva brand is showing no signs of slowing in 2017, with the opening of a boutique inside Harrods, London's temple of luxury, a partnership with Pirelli and another with Italdesign. Roger Dubuis is playing the "disruptive" card to full effect, with customer experience now part of the deal.
Hermès' "L’heure impatiente" complication confronts us with another, more philosophical complexity: the distinction between time as we experience it and time measured by clocks.
Inspired by a 1964 model, this vintage-looking dive watch revisits Ulysse Nardin's illustrious past. Immerse yourself in tradition with the Diver Le Locle.
Boasting an ultra-light titanium case with an imposing 51mm diameter, the H4 Neo takes the lead in disruptive watchmaking. This 15-piece limited edition shows mechanical time measurement in a new light.
The equation of time complication shows the difference between mean and true solar time. The Marine Equation Marchante 5887 makes this difference instantly readable by simultaneously showing solar and civil time. This innovation is joined by a perpetual calendar and a tourbillon.
Earlier this month, the Le Brassus watchmaker hosted an official ceremony to lay the first stone of its future museum. This futuristic building – a half-buried glass and concrete spiral with roof garden – will be joined, on the other side of the Manufacture, by the brand's second project: a luxury hotel, currently under construction.