With the economy back in business and exports on the rise again, brands are newly inclined to show off their capacity for innovation and imagination. Here are some of the watches from the stream of recent releases.
Xi Jinping’s call for “common prosperity” sent shudders through the stock market. This new policy, which portends a drop in purchasing power for the wealthiest Chinese, pushed down luxury share prices, which includes watch brands. What implications does this have?
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.