TAG Heuer brings the Monaco's 50th anniversary celebration to a close with the one-of-a-kind Monaco Pièce d’Art. This restored and decorated 1969 Monaco will be auctioned to raise money for United Way of New York City.
CEO of Baume & Mercier then secretary-general of the Association Interprofessionnelle de la Haute Horlogerie, the late Eugen Maier dedicated his life to watchmaking, and his belief in ethics and excellence as its founding principles.
In 1969, just a few months before humankind’s first steps on the moon, a watch-maker presented El Primero the world’s first integrated automatic chronograph movement. That same year, one of the world’s best-known rock bands reached the height of its fame. To celebrate this pivotal date, Zenith is launching a new version of the El Primero Chronomaster 1969 Tribute to The Rolling Stones.
Vacheron Constantin delights in associating the intrinsic beauty of traditional artistic crafts with the subtle and cleverly mastered mechanics of Time. Two years after its first presentation, the Manufacture unveils three new models from its Métiers d’Art Florilège collection, already famous for its dials enamelled with exotic flower motifs, as well as its horological qualities. An exquisite trilogy imbued with a romantic lyricism freshly bloomed from the Geneva workshops.
Breitling interprets the technical, understated and efficient styling of the Colt collection in a new chronograph powered by a selfwinding movement. Exactly what it needs to keep ahead of the game, including at the famous Red Bull Air Race for which Breitling serves as official timekeeper.
Continuing the company’s long tradition of engineering innovation, Swiss luxury watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen is announcing the launch of a new device: IWC Connect.
After ten years' work, the reform of training in the watchmaking professions is all wrapped up. Much is riding on these changes for the industry, which can look forward to new training programmes, revised curricula and a simplified nomenclature, all designed to more closely match its needs.
The UR-105 TA (TA for Turbine Automatic) isn't round, has no hands, and no tourbillon: It is 100% pure Urwerk. It is the watch that the team had the most fun in designing, the most pleasure in developing its mechanisms, and the most satisfaction in its hand finishing and assembly. The UR-105 TA is a real watchmaker's watch that explodes with creativity with a palette of zesty colors thanks to Urwerk’s unconventional chief designer Martin Frei.