The Maillon de Cartier watch plays on the look of the classic chain-link bracelet while inventing a new attitude for today.
The Swiss watchmaker combines elegance and craftsmanship with new high-tech features for a customised physical and digital experience, focused on performance.
Like a good many independent master watchmakers, Peter Speake-Marin didn't emerge entirely unscathed from the crisis that hit the watch sector in 2008-2009. An opportunity to rethink his business model for the future, not least with a new "classic" collection. Interview.
MB&F once again turns watchmaking on its head, this time with a retro-futuristic design. The just-released Legacy Machine LM1 has lost no time in becoming a "must have" for aficionados. Orders are already equivalent to three and a half years' production.
Hautlence, established in 2004, took the market by storm with its very first watches. Then crisis came calling in 2009. The HL2, launched this year, marks the beginning of round two for a team intent on taking on the market.
Aiguille d’Or in 2010 at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève, Greubel Forsey is also the proud winner of this year's International Chronometry Contest. Proof that all these years of research have not been in vain.
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.