The German town of Glashütte has been a centre for fine watchmaking since 1845. Nomos Glashütte is marking the occasion with three limited-edition versions of a classic model.
Patek Philippe presents the new Ref. 5303 as its first minute repeater with the striking mechanism on the dial side, together with reinterpretations of the legendary Ref. 5370 Split-Seconds Chronograph and of the classic Ref. 5270 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph.
A window each for date and month bring enhanced legibility to the Perpetual Calendar in the brand's Pioneer line of haute horlogerie sport watches.
In the same year, 1980, that he joined Chopard, Karl-Friedrich Scheufele imagined the St-Moritz watch. Today, seconded by his son, Karl-Fritz, and his father, Karl, he has looked to this best-selling sport watch as inspiration for the Alpine Eagle collection.
Louis Vuitton introduces a new interpretation of its Tambour watch, inspired by the brand's iconic Damier canvas.
IWC presents a Big Pilot's Watch with the crown on the left side of the case. This is the first time the Schaffhausen brand has designed a watch for the right wrist.
This unique piece, the most valuable ever from the Italian brand, is one of the contenders for the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève, in the Jewellery category.
Since summer, A. Lange & Söhne watches can be enjoyed at Bahnhofstrasse 25, Zurich, where the Saxon brand has opened its first own-name store in Switzerland.