Glashütte Original presents a 25-piece limited edition PanoLunarTourbillon with a hand-engraved dial, flying tourbillon and skeletonized hands.
Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter launch strategic partnership and customer campaign with Watches & Wonders
Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter are pleased to partner, as the privileged multi-brand online retailers of Watches & Wonders, a global concept that celebrates watchmaking excellence throughout the world. Hosting digital and offline events, this concept will bring some of the industry’s most revered luxury watch brands to Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter’s extensive customer base, starting from September 28.
Jasmine Audemars does not court nostalgia. At a time when Audemars Piguet, the company that she has presided for the past 20 years, marks the 40th anniversary of the legendary Royal Oak, she engages the future in the celebrations of the past.
In a lengthy interview to Geneva daily Le Temps for the opening of Baselworld 2012, Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, co-president of Chopard, looked back over last year's highlights and ahead to what the future holds for this "fiercely" independent family firm.
As the comic playwright Terence wrote, senectus morbus est: old age is sickness of itself. A maxim that is hard to dispute when one considers the amount of problems old age brings in its wake. If, on the other hand, we compare the situation of many of today's "senior citizens" with that of the countless thirty-somethings who must continually fight for their job and their function, I'm already less convinced by Terence's prophesy.
After the takeover of La Joux-Perret by the Japanese Citizen group, Hermès enters the fray. The Parisian firm, which recently took a 32.5% stake in case manufacturer Joseph Erard, is in negotiations to buy dialmaker Natéber.