As the effects of climate change become more and more “tangible”, luxury’s leading names are responding to the need for urgent action to stem environmental destruction and loss of biodiversity.
Pushing the boundaries of its artistic design even further, Louis Erard reveals a completely unique triptych. Alain Silberstein was given carte blanche, designing the series of three watches like a picture over three panels. Three lots of 178 models at accessible prices.
Christophe Claret embraces ancestral traditions and contemporary watchmaking with a rendition of the X-TREM-1 in damascened steel. The spectacular aesthetic results from a complex layering technique, matched by an inclined flying tourbillon with a magnetic display of retrograde hours and minutes.
For almost seventy years, its gadroons and rectangular shape have made it an icon among watches. Now Boucheron has imagined a system of interchangeable straps to make Reflet the reflection of your individual style.
Swiss brands Eterna and Corum, plus London-based Rotary, all part of China's Citychamp Group, made CHF 96 million in sales last year, up 17%, and have set the bar considerably higher for 2016. Here's how they turned things around.
Patek Philippe defines the contours of classic elegance with a new rendition of the Calatrava. A model that eschews excess to better span eras and generations to come.
A retrograde minute hand in the form of a ship's boom, a marquetry dial with nods to a sailboat aesthetic… Ulysse Nardin borrows elements from sailing to the utmost effect. Welcome aboard the Grand Deck Marine Tourbillon.
With a name that conjures up the splendour of Italian opera, the Cellini is a work of absolute harmony, both technically and aesthetically. What's more, this most classic of Rolex watches now carries Superlative Chronometer certification.