As the effects of climate change become more and more “tangible”, luxury’s leading names are responding to the need for urgent action to stem environmental destruction and loss of biodiversity.
Pushing the boundaries of its artistic design even further, Louis Erard reveals a completely unique triptych. Alain Silberstein was given carte blanche, designing the series of three watches like a picture over three panels. Three lots of 178 models at accessible prices.
Rebellion Timepieces presents a surprising evolution of the Weap-One, unveiled in 2017. Its asymmetrical 60-second flying tourbillon is transformed thanks to the use of a high-tech material: synthetic diamond.
The story of Roger Dubuis cannot be told without reference to the minute repeater. This legacy is once again on display with the Diabolus In Machina, which adds a flying tourbillon to the mix.
Montblanc adds two new models to its vintage-inflected 1858 collection, inspired by Minerva and its heritage. They include the single-hand 1858 Automatic 24H which features a map of the Northern Hemisphere on the dial, case elements in bronze and a hand-made NATO strap.
IWC Schaffhausen presents two Portugieser featuring Haute Horlogerie complications: the Portugieser Tourbillon Retrograde Chronograph and the Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon.
Introduced in 1991, the Master Control gets a fresh update as Jaeger-LeCoultre revisits several models in the line, including this Master Control Calendar.