TAG Heuer brings the Monaco's 50th anniversary celebration to a close with the one-of-a-kind Monaco Pièce d’Art. This restored and decorated 1969 Monaco will be auctioned to raise money for United Way of New York City.
CEO of Baume & Mercier then secretary-general of the Association Interprofessionnelle de la Haute Horlogerie, the late Eugen Maier dedicated his life to watchmaking, and his belief in ethics and excellence as its founding principles.
In a recent study, the Boston Consulting Group and the Centre du luxe et de la création set out the directions luxury must take if it is to go on meeting customers' expectations. They include ethical and environmental responsibility, personalisation, unique purchasing experiences and prices that reflect the perceived value of the product.
Buoyed by the success of the first Grande Seconde Moon collection, Jaquet Droz has released four new versions of the astronomical moonphase watch that combine gold, steel, grand feu enamel and aventurine.
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.