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 new addition to the collection this year, the Dazzling Rendez-Vous stands out for its precious stones in a prong setting. This Red version is perfect for a long, hot summer.
This new interpretation of the Arceau d'Hermès borrows a design from the "Grands Fonds" silk scarf, transposed to the dial by hand in a micro-mosaic of vivid glass tesserae.
RJ takes inspiration from the Cyclades island of Mykonos for a ten-piece limited edition in the Arraw Marine collection.
You may have noticed how, at regular intervals, newspapers like to resurrect a debate not unlike another, much older dispute (from the time of the Sun King to be exact), in which the Ancients and the Moderns clashed, each convinced of a supremacy not easily quantified; a divergence of opinion whose modern equivalent we could call, to paraphrase the exegete Germaine de Staël, the quarrel of excellence and luxury.
After Mykonos, Capri and Porto Cervo, Hublot has opened a summer pop-up store in Ibiza, and released a Classic Fusion Chronograph in the island's colours.
Holder of 53 Spanish records and striking gold at both the Under-18 World Championships and European Championships, Maria Vicente is on track for an outstanding career.