After the launch, last November, of the Diver X and the Lady Diver, Ulysse Nardin begins the final chapter of the Diver story with three new 44mm chronographs.
The Arraw Star Twist by RJ captures the beauty of the universe. A 39mm case, crowned with a sapphire-studded rotating bezel, surrounds a dial that draws us into the fascinating depths of a blue Magellanic Cloud.
Piaget sets out to seduce elegant sports fans with a new interpretation of its iconic Polo watch, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
Bernard Fornas, CEO of Cartier, believes creativity is the key to snapping up new market share.
The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie, in partnership with the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry, is launching an international campaign to wipe out counterfeiting. This new campaign targets those who carry the most responsibility for keeping this twenty-first century scourge alive: the people who buy.
Smaller brands appear to be weathering the economic storm, carried along by their modest size and flexible structure.
At the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie 2009, Philippe Merk now succeeds Georges-Henri Meylan at the helm of Audemars Piguet. An opportunity to take stock with these two personalities from the watchmaking world.
The Genevan manufacture is the creator of the most valuable watch at the SIHH 2009. The Kallania weighs in at five million euros and some 170 carats of diamonds.