The jeweller's Perlée collection includes two secret watches, one presented as a bracelet and one as a sautoir.
It's not every day you meet a mountain-climbing, free-diving, Alpine-horn-loving watchmaker. David Candaux carries on not just a family tradition but that of the region he calls home, giving a fresh twist to the heritage that runs through Vallée de Joux. Introducing the newest member of the Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants (AHCI).
IWC, which this year celebrates 80 years since its first pilot's watch, has chosen Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie to present a range of new-generation pilot's watches.
This major watchmaking complication joins the Laureato collection, with an unusual display of the perpetual calendar indications on a blue Clous de Paris dial.
A union of expertise in watchmaking and the métiers d'art, this series of unique pieces by the Les Cabinotiers department at Vacheron Constantin portrays wild animals in stunning detail.
This large Arceau in a 40mm steel case with grained anthracite dial is a faithful rendition of the watch Henri d'Origny designed in 1978, with asymmetrical lugs, inspired by stirrups, on a round case, and sloping font to convey the movement of a galloping horse.
Carrying on its partnership with Warner Bros. and DC Comics, this time RJ is siding with the bad guys. Joker and Two Face, Batman's arch enemies, are the new stars of the brand's signature Arraw collection.