New to De Bethune's Maestri'art collection, the Dream Watch 5 Armilia honours the work of comic-book artist François Schuiten. The engraving on this one-off piece is inspired by one of Schuiten's drawings and was created by renowned engraver Michelle Roten.
The partnership between the Geneva manufacture and the Parisian museum is dedicated to the conservation and transmission of heritage. Vacheron Constantin will look to the Louvre's collections as inspiration for new timepieces.
In the weeks before Baselworld, Chanel is previewing Tweed and Black Skeleton versions of its BoyFriend watch, equipped with the Calibre 3 movement.
In tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Gérald Genta brand, named after the inspired designer and acquired by Bulgari in 2000, the Italian firm is releasing a jumping hours watch in platinum.
China can raise a brand to the pantheon of luxury just as easily as it can dash it to the ground. With this Damoclean sword dangling over them, brands are multiplying initiatives. We look at what Bulgari is doing.
Two new timepieces were unveiled at the head office in Bienne in celebration of the 125th anniversary of the Omega name.
Canals on Mars – an idea put forward by Percival Lowell, a contemporary of Louis Moinet; a journey around the Moon as imagined by Jules Verne, another nineteenth-century pioneer... Louis Moinet honours the work of these two visionaries with Mars and Moon watches.
For the most romantic day of the year, Breguet has imagined a new interpretation of its Reine de Naples, in shades of pink and mauve, spotlighted with diamonds. The white gold case encloses an automatic movement with a moon-phase display.