Nomos introduces the 33mm Metro Rose Gold, the smallest size in the range, powered by a manual-winding Alpha movement. Grey hour markers and purple minute markers gently contrast with the rose gold of the case and hands.
Renowned for its links to the nautical world, Ulysse Nardin unveiled in Paris a new collection of dive watches for men and women, while introducing two new ambassadors. The brand also announced its sponsorship of the Vendée Globe sailing race that will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year.
Two new versions of the Rendez-Vous Jewellery, with Night & Day or Moonphase indications, feature prong-set diamonds on the bezel. The movements are the equally dazzling Jaeger-LeCoultre 898B and 925A.
Harder, lighter, more resistant to scratches, shocks or corrosion, new materials stood out across several of the collections unveiled at SIHH 2019. Here's a rundown of these alloys and other materials that watchmakers are borrowing from aerospace or medtech.
In honour of pioneering aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, a friend of Louis Cartier, the brand has introduced a chronograph version of the Santos. The movement is the in-house 1904-CH MC with column wheel and vertical clutch.
Three new Clifton Baumatic make their debut, with a red gold case and gradient blue dial. All three are driven by the BM13 version of the Baumatic movement, combining performance and design.
For the fourth consecutive year, Carré des Horlogers welcomed a panel of brands representing "new watchmaking", the majority of which are intent on shaking up old habits and traditions.