The Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges – Aston Martin Edition is the first timepiece borne of the recently announced partnership between Girard-Perregaux and the British motorist.
In 2021, the LM101 series evolves with technically and aesthetically-upgraded versions distinguished by colourful dial plates, including a stainless-steel version.
Hublot presents the new Classic Fusion Chronograph Shepard Fairy. A veritable titanium sculpture to be worn on the wrist, it symbolises the natural cycles of life and the unity between different cultures.
H. Moser & Cie has asked seconde/seconde/ to interpret its minimalist approach through a conceptual model. In a radical contrast, an anachronistic hand in the shape of an eraser, vividly coloured and pixelated, replaces the hour hand.
A star-studded sky extends its hold on the Impériale collection, as the new 36mm-diameter Impériale Moonphase timepiece appears crafted from ethical 18- carat white gold studded with precious stones.
After a steel version in 2019, the Overseas tourbillon model now appears attired in pink gold. A tourbillon, a blue lacquered dial with a sunburst satin finish and an interchangeable strap system accompany this material that is both refined and modern.
After ascending the mountains, discovering the forests, and exploring the glaciers, the new Montblanc 1858 Geosphere Limited Edition 1858 finds inspiration in the colours of the desert environment. This new theme is also introduced as a nod to Reinhold Messner’s 2004 solo trek of 2000 km across the Gobi Desert.