The Deloitte Swiss Watch Industry Study 2021 confirms a positive outlook for the sector, though not entirely without risks and challenges such as supply chain disruptions, greenwashing, falling export volumes, a diminishing appeal of Swiss-Made and reliance on China. There is still a lot to think about in a post-pandemic environment.
In partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council, Cartier and Kering are launching the Watch and Jewellery Initiative 2030. Open to watch and jewellery brands across the globe, it lays down a common core of goals for the climate, natural resources and inclusiveness.
Following its success at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève for the best Calendar Watch, Greubel Forsey presents its QP à Équation in 5N red gold with a chocolate-coloured gold dial.
The Excalibur Twofold is a perfect illustration of Roger Dubuis' know-how that shines even brighter in the dark. This new watch features three world-firsts.
The relationship between man and watch is as nuanced as the one between man and dog. Introducing man's new best friend, Horological Machine N°10 ‘Bulldog’.
Intimately bound up with Blancpain's identity, two emblematic red gold timepieces from the Villeret line - the Quantième Complet and the Ultraplate - are now available with blue dials.
In the wake of the First World War, Swiss watchmaking underwent a period of profound crisis, resulting in a State-led reorganisation of the sector. This rescue operation took the form of cartel agreements that remained in place until the 1960s. Part one: the 1920s and 1930s.
The new Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon Poinçon de Genève is a futuristic, high-tech interpretation of the Tambour watch.