In association with Collective, a Silicon Valley collectors' club, Zenith has designed this limited-edition Chronomaster El Primero C.01 with the accent on simplicity and functionality.
The latest rendition of the Tetra, a manual-winding model and a staple of the Nomos Glashütte catalogue for the past 25 years, now comes with a rich plum-coloured dial.
Breguet is enhanced by advanced technologies and inspired by the world of culture. The collection unveiled this year at Basel 2009 certainly adheres to these criteria.
A watchmaking engineer and constructor at the head of the R&D consultancy Coredem, Henri-Michel Guignard believes the quality of mechanical products fails to live up to retail prices… and that the current climate will force this to change.
Luc Perramond, who took over at the head of La Montre Hermès on January 5th this year, has set his sights high for the watchmaking wing of the world-famous French luxury brand.
As a specialist in the study of time in physics, Etienne Klein* generously accepted to share his thoughts on this universal question. The second in a three-part exchange.
Marc Frisanco, a specialist in intellectual property at the Richemont group, sees striking parallels between global warming and the spread of counterfeit goods. Tackling either of these problems must inevitably appeal to basic moral principles. Part Two in the June issue of HH Magazine.
Based on over 300 million searches using various search engines, the World Watch Report 2009, published by IC-Agency, ranks Europe as the number-one market for watches, followed by the United States.