The latest rendition of the Tetra, a manual-winding model and a staple of the Nomos Glashütte catalogue for the past 25 years, now comes with a rich plum-coloured dial.
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.
This year marks 200 years since Edouard Bovet's first journey to China, in 1818. The Edouard Bovet Flying Tourbillon commemorates this milestone. An ingenious triple time-zone display makes this a timepiece for today's traveller.
Born connected, 15-35 year-olds – the largest consumer demographic in history – don't think, buy or communicate like their parents or grandparents, leaving brands the job of getting inside the millennial mind.
Proposed as 13 new references, the TAG Heuer Carrera packs its sporting DNA into a skeleton dial with three counters inside a modular 43mm case with tachymeter scale. A latest-generation Heuer 02 in-house chronograph movement completes the line-up.
Introduced in the summer of 2017, the 36mm Patrimony returns in a white gold case. Inside is Vacheron Constantin's Calibre 2450 Q6.
Introduced in 2002, the much-loved combination of a complete calendar and GMT function prompted a raft of releases. This Quantième Complet GMT, part of the Blancpain Villeret collection, is the latest interpretation, now with the brand's patented under-lug correctors.