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.
Louis Vuitton presents a new version of its legendary Tambour watch. The Tambour New Wave draws inspiration from the latest leather goods collection. The legendary “V” for Vuitton marks the wearer’s belonging to a young, inspiring new tribe.
For three decades, the Geneva-based firm has been supplying the leading fine watch brands, with an unerring flair for the directions the industry is taking. It is also a longstanding advocate of ethical practices and sustainable development. Portrait of a company and the man behind it.
Following the success of the Classic Fusion Mykonos over the last seven years, Hublot unveils a new Mykonos timepiece for summer 2019. Inspired by the Aegean Sea, the watch features a sky blue ceramic bezel and unique rotating windmill, the iconic symbol of Mykonos.
The women’s collection welcomes five smaller models, with an innovative strap change system, whilst six additional watches join the men’s line.
Earlier this year, Omega announced the return of its Calibre 321. For the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, the brand unveiled the first new Speedmaster Moonwatch to house the movement.