In association with Collective, a Silicon Valley collectors' club, Zenith has designed this limited-edition Chronomaster El Primero C.01 with the accent on simplicity and functionality.
The latest rendition of the Tetra, a manual-winding model and a staple of the Nomos Glashütte catalogue for the past 25 years, now comes with a rich plum-coloured dial.
Forgotten in the 1980s, revived in 1991, the Ecole de Réglage this year celebrates its twentieth anniversary.
Extended once in 2001/2002, Breguet's production facilities in L'Orient, at the heart of Swiss watchmaking in La Vallée de Joux, are embarking on their next transformation: two years of work to further extend the site on a par with its ambitions.
As part of its strategy to double its sales in China, Swatch Group has come up with a novel concept: a hotel that combines luxury, prestige, commerce and art. The Swatch Art Peace Hotel that was inaugurated in Shanghai at the beginning of November is the group’s flagship showroom in China with four luxury boutiques for the brands Swatch, Omega, Breguet and Blancpain.
Women want it all: mechanisms and diamonds, innovative on the inside, sophisticated on the outside. Recent years have seen a number of brands build up their women's collections, and bring watchmaking into a new era where complications are no longer for men only.
Philippe Léopold-Metzger, CEO of Piaget, explains why China remains Asia's strongest market for watches and sets out his strategy for the next ten years: exclusivity, a stronger Jewellery business, and control of distribution. There can be no getting away from China, which is now the number-three destination for Swiss watch exports. But what about Asia overall? Philippe Léopold-Metzger, CEO of Piaget, gives his view.
The process aimed at strengthening the Swiss made label for watches has entered a new phase with the decision by the Legal Affairs Commission of the National Council to approve the Swissness project.