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.
Patek Philippe came to Baselworld with a new iteration of its Grandmaster Chime Ref. 6300, which becomes the most complicated wristwatch in its regular collection. An alternative response to the current climate for certain brands only.
The new collection from Girard-Perregaux takes pole position for its sporting design. Lining up on the grid are two chronographs. Rally drivers or motorbike racers, the Competizione is for you.
After a triumphant launch in 2015, the Globemaster returns to the spotlight with one of Omega's six new Master Chronometer-certified calibres. This Annual Calendar with a larger 41-mm diameter is one to watch out for.
Instantaneous jumping hours and retrograde minutes in a magnificently sober design… introducing Monsieur de Chanel, driven by the French firm's very first in-house developed movement. Every inch a Chanel watch, it asserts the brand's signature in Haute Horlogerie. Monsieur is served!
One is the Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona with a monobloc black Cerachrom bezel. The other is the Oyster Perpetual Air-King. Close-up on new interpretations of two legendary Rolex watches.
Newly revealed and already a classic, the Elite 6150 puts the essentials first with hours, minutes, seconds, and an in-house mechanical movement that delivers a four-day power reserve. Everything you've ever wanted, and in rose gold.