The Maillon de Cartier watch plays on the look of the classic chain-link bracelet while inventing a new attitude for today.
The Swiss watchmaker combines elegance and craftsmanship with new high-tech features for a customised physical and digital experience, focused on performance.
Unveiled at the 2013 Bovet Salon, the Tourbillon Virtuoso made a lasting impression with its original functions, innovative architecture and expression of decorative watchmaking arts, which unanimously won over the most eminent specialists and collectors of fine watchmaking.
At the occasion of the charity event Only Watch 2015 that will take place on November 7th in Geneva, Vacheron Constantin renews its support with a unique Métiers d’Art Mécaniques Ajourées timepiece, beautified by an enamelled red ring.
The Saxony-based watch brand has expanded its range of colours for its chronograph collection: Two highly attractive models in pink gold/black (Datograph Up/Down) and white gold/grey (Datograph Perpetual) are now available.
Jaeger-LeCoultre's new models for 2015 celebrate astronomy, the science that gave rise to horology. They include several high-precision timepieces, including many with very special moon-phase displays.
A new flower is blooming in the Christophe Claret watch garden. The romantic and subtly poetic Marguerite watch embodies the essence of feminine watchmaking as conceived by Christophe Claret. The watchmaker combines a bold, unique aesthetic that captures the imagination with mechanical virtuosity. The transience of time meets loving passion, as both delicately alight on the wrist with the kind of rare elegance to which all women aspire.
Richard Mille presents two limited editions for the 10th anniversary of the partnership with Felipe Massa and congratulates him for his podium at the Austrian GP