The Swiss watch brank announces a relocation of its London boutique to iconic Old Bond Street and renews its partnership with Frieze.
IWC Schaffhausen and the Boultbee Flight Academy have celebrated the official start of the “Silver Spitfire – The Longest Flight” expedition in Goodwood.
A concentrated blend of more than 200 years of horological heritage combined with a resolutely innovative spirit, the iconic Turbine by Perrelet gets a complete makeover to welcome its first skeleton movement: redesigned dimensions, new aesthetic details, an evolution in materials.
Under pressure from less accommodating markets, several watch brands have shuffled the decks and switched CEOs, although the new arrivals are all familiar faces. A game of musical chairs intended to minimise risks.
As befits such a virtuoso of complicated timepieces, this new watch by Kari Voutilainen incorporates a second time zone with 24-hour indicator and a retrograde power-reserve indicator.
In creating its first connected chronograph, Breitling has applied a new philosophy placing the smartphone in the service of the watch so as to enhance its functionality and conviviality. The instrument of the future.
Steel and diamonds: a daring and modern alliance that gives rise to a perpetually reinvented icon – the Happy Sport. It now returns to the scene with a smaller, elegant dial with a self-winding movement, an accomplishment on both an aesthetic and technical level.
The Récital 17 is the third timepiece in the Dimier Collection to be powered by the Virtuoso II watchmaking specialties caliber. With the Récital 12 and Récital 15, this new movement has already demonstrated carefully considered versatility without the slightest sacrifice in terms of quality, reliability, esthetics or emotion, regardless of the complications it powers. The Récital 17 is another fine example, presenting new facets in the form of three time zones and a high-precision moon phase that indicates the current phase of the lunar cycle in both hemispheres.