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.
If elegance is the art of refined and tasteful attire, a single accessory is often enough to set just the right tone. For its latest masculine creation, Harry Winston enters a fascinating and unexpected field of expression, intended for men of character with a distinctive style, ready to make a clean break from monotony.
Smart wearable technology is one of the most talked about topics in the watch world in the past months. In January 2015, Montblanc will be the first luxury brand to combine wearable technology with fine watchmaking in the centuries old Swiss horological tradition.
Cvstos saw out 2014 in Moscow, in the company of Gérard Depardieu, for the official presentation of its "Proud to be Russian" watch. The brand hopes to sell between three and four hundred of this new model, which is reserved for the Russian market, over the next five months.
For the second consecutive year, Richard Mille travelled to Hong Kong as one of the exhibitors at Watches&Wonders; a chance to catch up with the founder and CEO of the brand.
In homage to the spirit of the legendary Montblanc Meisterstück Fountain Pen launched in 1924, Montblanc introduced a new watch collection to honour its 90th anniversary in 2014. From 2015 onwards this collection will assume its future position among the Montblanc watch families as the Heritage Spirit Collection.