A crescent moon dances with time on the new Arceau, revealing then concealing the hour as it turns.
Concerns over trade in a post-Brexit Britain haven't prevented the UK market from performing well these past months, aided by sterling's weakness. As the country heads towards its latest deadline, watch brands are making sure they are prepared for every outcome, including a no-deal scenario.
Well-known for its aviator and diver’s watches, Breitling is reintroducing the Premier, an elegantly stylish line to be worn on land that first appeared in the 1940s, as a complement to the brand's more sporty tool watches.
Arraw is RJ's first permanent collection with both men's and women's watches. This marine-inspired line joins the RJ Collaboration and RJ DNA ranges.
Are sustainability and ethics reshaping the market for gem-quality diamonds? That the world's biggest diamond mining company, De Beers, has started selling jewellery made with lab-grown stones suggests the industry is taking these issues seriously. So could diamond mines become a thing of the past?
Ringing the changes from its signature wandering hours satellite complication, Urwerk's UR-11C is a highly complex mechanism that combines a dual minute indication (linear and digital) with jumping hours and skeletonised seconds transported by an optical image conduit.
The FHH's circle of partners keeps on growing. The Lucerne-based watchmaker Carl F. Bucherer becomes the 44th brand to join the foundation, whose vocation is to promote excellence in watchmaking around the globe.
Based in Lucerne and backed by one of the world's largest retailers, from its first watch in 1919 to the fully integrated manufacturing site opened a decade ago, Carl F. Bucherer continues its ascension. Chief Executive Sascha Moeri answered our questions as the brand becomes a partner to the FHH.