New to De Bethune's Maestri'art collection, the Dream Watch 5 Armilia honours the work of comic-book artist François Schuiten. The engraving on this one-off piece is inspired by one of Schuiten's drawings and was created by renowned engraver Michelle Roten.
The partnership between the Geneva manufacture and the Parisian museum is dedicated to the conservation and transmission of heritage. Vacheron Constantin will look to the Louvre's collections as inspiration for new timepieces.
Omega's professional dive watch, released in 1993, is back in the spotlight. Available in 14 steel and gold/steel versions, it has the look of the original with a new Master Chronometer 8800 movement. A titanium/tantalum limited edition rounds off the collection.
Created to mark Jaquet Droz's 280th anniversary, the emblematic Grande Seconde appears for the first time with a sapphire dial and a skeleton composition.
Released in 1997 and already proposed as a Travel Time, the Aquanaut now comes as a chronograph; a function well-suited to this sports watch. It joins the collection as reference 5968A-001.
Subtly asymmetric, the concentric bi-retrograde hours and minutes of Harry Winston's Z12 breaks the mould of conventional time displays – something of a habit for Project Z, launched 14 years ago and distinguished by cases in Harry Winston's exclusive Zalium™ alloy.
Originally created for the 30th anniversary of the Première watch, Chanel's Calibre 2 returns with a round mainplate and joins the Mademoiselle Privé collection.
After XP and XPS versions, the emblematic model in the L.U.C range, the Quattro with its nine days of power reserve, is given a fresh new look.