First imagined by the Le Sentier firm in 1959, this new interpretation in white gold swathed with diamonds is fitted with the legendary Calibre 101, the smallest mechanical movement in the world.
Three months ago, Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin were two of the hottest searches on Weibo: not for their watches, but because of customers' attempts to avoid import duty.
For their latest collaboration, MB&F and L'Epée give us... an intergalactic weather station named The Fifth Element. It comprises a clock, a barometer, a hygrograph and a thermometer (as detachable pods) within a mothership, flown by an alien.
Launched at the 68 th Berlinale film festival, Glashütte Original has made three limited editions of the Senator Chronograph Panorama Date, dubbed The Capital Edition, with 100 in steel, 25 in red gold and five in platinum.
150 years ago, Germany's watchmaking pioneers laid the foundations for a new industry in Glashütte. Veteran names are now joined by new ventures such as Nomos, while others such as Tutima are returning to the town that set them on the road to success.
Partners since 2016, Zenith and Cuban cigar manufacturer Cohiba are both experts in their field. This year sees the launch of two limited-edition Pilot Type 20 watches, bearing both their names.
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.