Ahead of El Día de los Muertos, L'Epée 1839 resurrects its Requiem skull clock, this time in a Black & Palladium version.
What do Nick Hayek, sunglasses, the Rio Olympic Games, METAS and Universo have in common? Swatch Group's traditional economic press conference, of course!
Vacheron Constantin once again demonstrates that watchmaking has yet to reach its limits with the Maître Cabinotier retrograde armillary tourbillon watch. This unique piece achieves new summits of horological excellence within a surprisingly contemporary design.
Often robust, sometimes vintage, always sporty, the chronograph remains one of the most sought-after complications. Tailored for the measuring of elapsed times, it was one of the big attractions at this year's Baselworld. These are the twelve that caught our eye.
Omega's launch of Master Chronometer certification in 2015 was followed by Rolex's announcement that it would be extending its Superlative Chronometer label to its entire production. This "race for precision" coincides with the widespread use of silicon in movements, a tempting development that purists warn against nonetheless.
Christophe Claret embraces ancestral traditions and contemporary watchmaking with a rendition of the X-TREM-1 in damascened steel. The spectacular aesthetic results from a complex layering technique, matched by an inclined flying tourbillon with a magnetic display of retrograde hours and minutes.
For almost seventy years, its gadroons and rectangular shape have made it an icon among watches. Now Boucheron has imagined a system of interchangeable straps to make Reflet the reflection of your individual style.