With the Excalibur Skeleton Double Flying Tourbillon, Roger Dubuis set itself the exciting challenge of changing perceptions. The skeleton structure concept has been pushed to its limit to provide a dynamic aesthetic.
The story of the Nantucket watch continues with the chaîne d’ancre, evoking its early days.
F.P. Journe thinks big with a 48-mm diameter for the Elégante. A revolutionary electro-mechanical concept that proves not only small is beautiful.
Whether as a stylistic or technical element, the bezel formerly served mainly as an effective means of linking the watch glass to the case. Still as essential as ever, it has nonetheless evolved and now plays a variety of roles, including that of a detachable bumper.
If its life hung by a thread, it would be the ones that adorn the multi-hued straps and dials of the Big Bang Broderie. As always, Hublot indulges in some clever skullduggery.
John Travolta has never missed a beat. From the king of the dancefloor in "Saturday Night Fever" to king of gangsters in "Pulp Fiction", everything this flying enthusiast touches turns to gold. An encounter with a pilot-actor who's never been afraid to aim high.
A new collection of women's watches has bloomed at the Geneva manufacture. Butterflies and flowers are the stars of this horological garden.