Montblanc's women's collection welcomes four day/night models, a full calendar and, the standout piece, an in-house perpetual calendar. Confirmation that men no longer have a monopoly on high mechanics.
From dress watches to sport watches, Omega's latest releases run the gamut of innovative materials. Whether draped in Moonshine gold or coloured ceramic, incrusted with Liquidmetal or Ceragold, this year's new models make the most of the latest developments.
With fewer components but greater stability, the new Calibre 36 from Glashütte Original is both reliable and robust. This high-performance mechanism, complete with silicon balance spring, borrows the classic good looks of the Senator Excellence.
One look at its color says it all. The Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe in its plasma gray ceramic diving suit is on-call to explore the ocean's deep.
Clad in several hundred layers of woven carbon fibre, the Bentley GMT B04 S is the ideal companion for the road ahead, guaranteed to keep on running.
A hint of mother-of-pearl, a soupçon of gold, a smattering of diamonds… Patek Philippe brings a swathe of softness to its famous annual calendar. A visual enchantment that contains a wealth of technique.
The timekeeping performance of a constant-force, fusee and chain transmission meets the relaxed elegance of titanium. A mechanical heavyweight in the lightest of bodies for this grail of precision watchmaking by Romain Gauthier.