A crescent moon dances with time on the new Arceau, revealing then concealing the hour as it turns.
Concerns over trade in a post-Brexit Britain haven't prevented the UK market from performing well these past months, aided by sterling's weakness. As the country heads towards its latest deadline, watch brands are making sure they are prepared for every outcome, including a no-deal scenario.
With a name that conjures up the splendour of Italian opera, the Cellini is a work of absolute harmony, both technically and aesthetically. What's more, this most classic of Rolex watches now carries Superlative Chronometer certification.
Hublot's second collaboration with Italia Independent, the Big Bang Unico Italia Independent is a fusion of carbon fibre and Texalium®. Lightweight but hard-wearing, despite its camouflage pattern there's little chance of this watch getting lost on the wrist.
Chanel presents three new renditions of the J12, in black, pink and white, or mirror. The only question being, which one to choose?
DeWitt joins those who believe ladies' watches are the way ahead, with a collection entirely for women. The Classic Jewellery Moon Abstraction will put stars in her eyes.
Breguet took a revolutionary approach and designed the Tradition Répétition Minutes Tourbillon 7087 entirely around the sound it wanted to produce. The result is a minute repeater whose chimes ring out with unprecedented purity and tone.
de Grisogono pairs with Samsung to present its first smartwatch. Black diamonds, rose gold and galuchat are the signatures of the most stylish, glamorous, feminine connected watch around.