Ahead of El Día de los Muertos, L'Epée 1839 resurrects its Requiem skull clock, this time in a Black & Palladium version.
"Le Garde Temps – Naissance d’une Montre", a project aimed at safeguarding traditional handcraft techniques, is entering its final stage: the school watch is virtually finished, the first undecorated prototype will be auctioned in March, and the first of the eleven promised watches will be delivered at the end of the year.
A single manoeuvre and a rapid glance are all it takes to cross time zones. An exploration of the pure aesthetic of the Galet Traveller Boréal.
They said it would never happen: HYT would never make a classic watch. Now the brand has had a change of heart and is exploring watchmaking's traditional side. The result, the H2 Tradition, puts a classic spin on fluid mechanics.
Have watchmakers reached the age of reason? With fewer hands and uncluttered designs, they have no trouble capturing watch enthusiasts' interest. Less is more? The proof, tenfold!
The DB25 World Traveller uses a concentric layout to show world time. Beneath the dial is the watchmaker's 25th in-house calibre.