This one-off piece from Parmigiani Fleurier honours the traditions of Fine Watchmaking with its perpetual calendar, minute repeater and tourbillon, which it combines with a highly contemporary finish.
British actor and Jaeger-LeCoultre brand ambassador Benedict Cumberbatch enjoyed a private watchmaking masterclass at London’s Jaeger-LeCoultre flagship store.
Louis Moinet presents two limited series of watches featuring its exclusive mechanism with two tourbillons rotating in opposite directions. The dial of one, Dhofar, is cut from a fragment of lunar meteorite, while the dial of Acasta is a fragment of the early Earth's crust.
Owned by John Goldberger, this unique Rolex reference 6265 in white gold, nicknamed The Unicorn, will be sold by Phillips in association with Bacs & Russo, early May. Proceeds will go to the Children Action foundation.
Following on from the Monsieur Calibre 1 and the Première Camélia Skeleton Calibre 2, Chanel introduces its third in-house movement, also skeletonised. This Calibre 3 makes its debut in the Boy∙Friend collection, a best-seller since its launch in 2015.
150 years ago, Germany's watchmaking pioneers laid the foundations for a new industry in Glashütte. This delightful town is still home to some of the profession's most illustrious names, A. Lange & Söhne and Glashütte Original among them.
Coinciding with the announcement of a global partnership deal with Gulf Oil International, TAG Heuer carries on the Monaco Gulf legend with a special edition in Gulf's racing colours, as worn by Steve McQueen in Le Mans.
Widespread in the automotive world, leasing and financing services are making timid inroads into the watch sector. While yet to take hold, these options are a perfect fit for the Internet generation and its purchasing habits. French start-up Lease a Watch is one of the first to fill the gap.