In partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council, Cartier and Kering are launching the Watch and Jewellery Initiative 2030. Open to watch and jewellery brands across the globe, it lays down a common core of goals for the climate, natural resources and inclusiveness.
With the economy back in business and exports on the rise again, brands are newly inclined to show off their capacity for innovation and imagination. Here are some of the watches from the stream of recent releases.
The Octo's architectural case tends towards even greater purity in this new iteration. Elegant and modern with an urban touch, the Octo Roma proves that simplifying the octagon is a more complex endeavour than it may appear.
The racing dial returns on the Speedmaster Automatic, with its exciting motor-racing heritage. A dynamic design and mechanical performance are already on the starting grid for Baselworld.
In the wake of its Reference 57260 anniversary timepiece with 57 complications, first presented a little over a year ago, Vacheron Constantin returned to SIHH with two watches whose complex mechanics are equalled only by their incredible beauty.
Chanel's second in-house movement borrows one of the symbols of the brand. Beneath the camellia's delicate petals, Calibre 2 brings the Première Camellia Skeleton watch to life with lightness and grace.
Man has always looked to nature as a source of inspiration – witness the cavemen’s paintings from 40,000 years ago! - and on a wider scope, to the planets, the stars, and the galaxies when contemplating the passing of time.
Following the announcement of 4 November 2016, Richemont announces some senior management changes within the Group & its Maisons.