Journey into the Milky Way with H. Moser & Cie. and the Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept Aventurine, a poetic and minimalist interpretation of the moon-phase display.
Christophe Claret presents an 8-piece limited edition Maestro Quetzalcoatl, in honour of one of the major deities of ancient Mexico. Painstakingly hand-engraved, the feathered serpent coils itself around the movement of this Maestro watch.
The Bauhaus movement came into being in 1919, in Germany. To mark this upcoming centenary, Germany's Nomos Glashütte is presenting a limited edition of its Tangente, a design classic, often referred to as the "Bauhaus watch".
Introduced by Girard-Perregaux in 1975 and returned centre-stage in 2016, the Laureato has grown into a collection in its own right that now includes a 43mm tourbillon. Unmistakably Laureato, its distinctive design combines with one of the most sophisticated horological mechanisms.
It has the contours of a de Havilland Venom, the body of a Buick Streamliner. The newly revealed Horological Machine N°9 by MB&F shares the dynamic silhouette of mid-century cars and planes.
With a name like Ulysse, a certain hero of the Iliad and the Odyssey inevitably springs to mind. Carrying on this adventure-seeking spirit, Ulysse Nardin is expanding its family of modern-day Ulysses. After free-diver Fred Buyle and kite-surfing champion Alex Caizergues, navigator Sébastien Destremau and snowboarder Mathieu Crepel have teamed up with the brand.
Chopard has kept its promise. Since July, the brand uses only gold from ethical sources. But at just 5% of global watch and jewellery production, sustainable gold is still as rare as the initiatives aimed at making responsibly-sourced gold the norm in the luxury industry.
Philippe Mouquet designed the Heure H in 1996 around Hermès' instantly recognisable capital H. This Double Jeu version sparkles with diamonds in either a horizontal or a vertical setting... but which to choose?