After sapphire, Hublot turns to transparent SAXEM, never before used in watchmaking, to produce the beautiful emerald green of the Big Bang MP-11.
IWC Schaffhausen and the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation have marked the 80th anniversary of Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s historic flight across the Atlantic, with an exhibition at the IWC Boutique in New York. The Pilot’s Watch Timezoner Chronograph Edition “80 Years Flight to New York” commemorates this event.
First presented in 2016, the Richard Lange Jumping Seconds, a typical example of the Saxon watchmaker's style with its regulator display, returns with a black dial and white gold case.
Two schools have emerged in Fine Watchmaking in recent years, one traditional and one unconventional. In 2019, it would appear that the second category has the upper hand. Take the example of these complicated timepieces, all making their debut at SIHH and all characteristic of a new way of thinking.
Since returning to the spotlight two years ago, the Panthère has come to symbolise women's watches at Cartier. It reappears this year in a Mini version and as a Cuff.
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.