Summer is always a great pretext to ditch monochrome in favour of brighter, sunnier shades. With more and more watchmakers lavishing colour on their dials, the opportunity is too good to miss.
A year after its official launch, Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet continues to evolve with five new self-winding date, hour, minute and second references and five new self-winding chronograph models, with complex lacquered dials and a palette of deep colours.
The new collection from Girard-Perregaux takes pole position for its sporting design. Lining up on the grid are two chronographs. Rally drivers or motorbike racers, the Competizione is for you.
After a triumphant launch in 2015, the Globemaster returns to the spotlight with one of Omega's six new Master Chronometer-certified calibres. This Annual Calendar with a larger 41-mm diameter is one to watch out for.
Instantaneous jumping hours and retrograde minutes in a magnificently sober design… introducing Monsieur de Chanel, driven by the French firm's very first in-house developed movement. Every inch a Chanel watch, it asserts the brand's signature in Haute Horlogerie. Monsieur is served!
One is the Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona with a monobloc black Cerachrom bezel. The other is the Oyster Perpetual Air-King. Close-up on new interpretations of two legendary Rolex watches.
Newly revealed and already a classic, the Elite 6150 puts the essentials first with hours, minutes, seconds, and an in-house mechanical movement that delivers a four-day power reserve. Everything you've ever wanted, and in rose gold.
No need for night-vision goggles with the new HMX Black Badger, a collaboration between MB&F and James Thompson, creator of a new luminescent compound. Prepare to enter the twilight zone!