Leather craftsmanship meets Haute Horlogerie in a unique pocket watch featuring the T-Rex from the Aaaaargh! silk scarf, designed by Alice Shirley.
Patek Philippe introduces two new dials with applied Arabic numerals in gold to the Twenty~4 collection.
Guitars, watches, Wild Customs, Hublot and, bringing them all together, Laurent Picciotto who in 2008 opened the first Hublot boutique anywhere in the world in Paris, and has been present since the launch of the artisan guitar workshop. Their point of fusion: the Classic Fusion Wild Customs.
Cobots – collaborative robots – are the latest craze in industry, and the watchmaking sector has still to warm to the idea of data collection. These are the two main takeaways from the 18th EPHJ fair.
Jaeger-LeCoultre introduces three new Rendez-Vous Sonatina watches, each a limited edition of eight, inspired by the calm of nature.
The brand is supporting Cousteau Divers in its work to understand how the ocean's temperature impacts biodiversity and the climate.
F.P. Journe presents the Centigraphe and the Automatique Réserve in platinum and gold versions, each with a 44mm case and coordinating bracelet.
A reminder of the fleeting nature of time, the new H₀ from HYT tracks passing hours with fluids inside a minimalist design.