Girard-Perregaux unveils the 1966 East to West, in celebration of the 160th anniversary of its trading relationship with Japan, together with Darren Romanelli, the celebrated streetwear designer.
As confirmed by Richemont’s third-quarter results, jewellery sales remain strong to the point that jewellery is the most promising segment in the personal luxury goods market. Driving this growth: changing purchasing patterns and soaring demand among Chinese customers.
Ludwig Oechslin's brand appeals to an international clientele won over to its designs and a straightforward way of doing business.
Once again, women are uppermost in DeWitt's mind with this latest addition to the Alma jewellery watch collection. Adding to the charm is a diamond-set, mother-of-pearl dial with a guilloché centre.
Sporting a titanium case with a red gold bezel, the UR-105 Raging Gold shines the spotlight on that most enduring of metals. A pleasure to hold and to behold.
Perrelet's testosterone-fuelled turbine takes onboard a pilot watch's characteristic circular slide-rule function. Housed inside an extra-large case, the Turbine Pilot Grand Raid won't go unnoticed.
Built for adventure, the first ever wristwatch to incorporate a dual-frequency transmitter returns as three special editions. Its name? Emergency Night Mission.
What do the brand with a guiding star and the Rolling Stones have in common? Answer: the El Primero Skeleton Tribute to The Rolling Stones. This 250-piece limited edition glams up the band's famous logo with black ceramic and an openworked display. Keeping the beat is an El Primero calibre.