IWC Schaffhausen and its partner Solaris Yachts have worked on a very special customised sailing yacht, the Double Moon. A 55-foot Solaris 55 from the Italian boatbuilder was designed to perfectly reflect the new Portugieser watch collection.
Jaeger-LeCoultre and Mr Porter present the Master Ultra Thin Kingsman Knife watch, a limited edition of 100 timepieces, specially adapted for The King’s Man, the upcoming film directed by Matthew Vaughn.
With the balance spring now ensconced in their movements, watchmakers were able to consider a more precise subdivision of time for their pocket watches, hence the advent of the minute hand circa 1700. The race for precision was a serious business that would force watchmakers to imagine new escapements and new balance springs to go with them.
First presented for the 260th anniversary of Vacheron Constantin, the Harmony collection extends to 10 new references with Poinçon de Genève certification. They include a tourbillon chronograph and a complete calendar. Superb!
TAG Heuer returns to its celebrated Link design with a version exclusively for women. Joining the brand for the launch of this new style icon is fashion guru Iris Apfel.
HYT revisits the H1, the first watch to combine horological mechanics with fluid mechanics, with this H1 Colorblock. Yellow, red or blue, choose any colour you like, as long as it ain't black!
In 2015, Rolex introduced a new standard of precision with a tolerance of -2/+2 seconds per day. In order to measure this precision, it had to first look at how its watches are worn. A task it has approached with characteristic thoroughness.
For the past four decades, the Nautilus has epitomised casual elegance, a milestone Patek Philippe has chosen to mark with two limited editions. What better way for the brand to wish its many admirers and collectors a happy anniversary.