Vacheron Constantin has called upon the Arianee consortium to activate and deploy its digital certification via Blockchain technology. This authentication offers an unparalleled certification and traceability service, with the ongoing objective of combating counterfeiting.
For the launch of one of their boldest watches, H. Moser & Cie is lending the Pioneer Centre Seconds Funky Blue Black Edition to lucky guardians, who will accompany it on an adventure around the globe for one year.
The current economic crisis clearly implies spending cuts in non-essential or secondary sectors. Regrettably, the environment is often considered as such. However, not every Fine Watch brand is feeling the effects of recession to the same degree. In this context, a company could be well-advised to manage its environmental impact, given the repercussions this can have on its image. Unauthorised constructions, accidental pollution due to non-respect of safety regulations or the increased number of commuters in the Arc Jurassien regions are all detrimental to a company’s reputation. Note too that proper environmental management also saves money through optimised use of resources and routine recycling.
Bringing together the watchmaking tradition and the excellence of the jeweler’s savoir-faire, Van Cleef & Arpels creates exceptional timepieces. The Poetry of Time pays tribute to these creations through photographs signed by Guy Lucas de Pesloüan.
In the age of the wristwatch, many scoff at the mechanical clock and don’t deign to consider owning one. Such snobbery would be a mistake, particularly because you would miss the chance to relish the mechanical artistry performed by David Walter.
Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Chile, Argentina… the Latin American countries did suffer from the global crisis that affects the world economy. But they still represent interesting markets for the Haute Horlogerie brands.
Fawaz Gruosi isn’t the type of man to follow trends. No, that wouldn’t hold the interest of this creative firebrand. When Gruosi shows up to play, he arrives with his own rules for the game.
Concord president Vincent Perriard, who leaves the company in September to become CEO of Technomarine, executed sweeping changes during his four-year stint with the brand, taking it in a direction that will be continued after he leaves.