For the launch of one of their boldest watches, H. Moser & Cie is lending the Pioneer Centre Seconds Funky Blue Black Edition to lucky guardians, who will accompany it on an adventure around the globe for one year.
The Swiss watch brank announces a relocation of its London boutique to iconic Old Bond Street and renews its partnership with Frieze.
Vacheron Constantin unveils three new one-of-a-kind additions to its Métiers d’Art Hommage à l’Art de la Danse collection, based on the highlights of a ballerina’s daily life: learning, training and performance. These creations from the workshops of the Manufacture revisit the ancestral art of Grand Feu grisaille enamelling to highlight the art of classical ballet by reinterpreting the works of Edgar Degas.
The spring session of sales, though rather lacklustre, still managed to establish five record prices: three Patek Philippe, one Panerai and a Rolex whose dial, in cloisonné enamel, raised serious doubts as to its authenticity.
The key to the sustainable success of a luxury brand lies in the never-ending quest for perfection. A prominent manifestation of this philosophy is the Lange 1 Time Zone “Como Edition” created exclusively for this year's Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este: in fascinating close-ups, it is presented with a backdrop of historic Rolls-Royce models.
Can a sphere have two faces? In the case of Officine Panerai’s new Table Clock (PAM000581) it can indeed, because the perfectly transparent mineral glass sphere presents two fascinating views of the timepiece: one from the front, of the unmistakable Panerai dial mounted in the centre of the sphere, and the other from the back, which enables the exquisite finish and fine details of the P.5000 manufacture movement to be admired. The two faces express the two authentic identities of Officine Panerai: its long history of Italian excellence, which is expressed in a design of unmistakable purity, and its Swiss watchmaking expertise.