Roger Dubuis never misses an opportunity to spring exclusive experiences. Early 2020 was no exception to this rule as Aspen geared up to stage the latest in the Roger Dubuis range of far-out adventures.
Released mid-March, the third Morgan Stanley report, in collaboration with LuxeConsult, on the Swiss watch market shows that out of some 350 brands, the bulk of growth in 2019 came from the seven whose turnover exceeds CHF 1 billion. The analysis also highlights the outperformance of privately owned brands.
Richemont today reports a satisfactory set of results for the year ended 31 March 2014, supported by improvements in Asia Pacific, the Americas and Japan.
The rising price of Swiss watches is a major trend of recent years, and one that shows no signs of abating for as long as Swiss-Made continues to shine.
Zenith continues to hold its course towards exceptional territories by enriching the Academy Christophe Colomb Hurricane line with three timepieces in tribute to three emblematic South American revolutionary figures: Simón Bolívar, Ernesto “Che” Guevara and Emiliano Zapata.
A fixture in the chronograph segment, which now includes the in-house CH 80 calibre, TAG Heuer also intends making inroads in the entry-level segment. An interview with Stéphane Linder, the man at the head of a brand that's backing innovation.