Inspired by the Frecce Tricolori watch that Breitling created for the hotshots of the Italian Air Force’s aerobatic fleet in 1983, the Super Chronomat is a supercharged, all-purpose sports watch.
After meteoric growth between 2015 and 2019, Gucci is looking for new ways to boost performance. The roadmap for 2021, the brand’s 100th anniversary year, includes a foray into Haute Horlogerie. The first watches are already on display, Place Vendôme in Paris.
Since its introduction in 1992, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Control collection has remained a lesson in technical rigour and stylistic restraint. Its constant evolution is a reflection of the Maison’s respect for tradition and quest for innovation.
Inspired by classic Minerva wristwatches from the 1940s and 50s, Montblanc channels a neo-dandy style in three novelties within its Heritage product line.
The Overseas collection welcomes a perpetual calendar ultra-thin skeleton in 18k pink gold, a high-complication addition that carries on the travel-inspired spirit of the range.
The One&Two Openworked introduced a new aesthetic at Speake-Marin. Two years after the launch, the brand is extending the line with a 60-seconds flying tourbillon.
The world’s fastest triple-axis tourbillon and first double Spherion-powered timepiece is the next level in women’s grand complications, with gem-set tourbillon cages.
Panerai returns to the legend that is Luminor with a special edition Luminor Marina. The case debuts Fibratech™, a material made from mineral fibres produced by the fusion of basalt rock.