Christophe Claret presents an 8-piece limited edition Maestro Quetzalcoatl, in honour of one of the major deities of ancient Mexico. Painstakingly hand-engraved, the feathered serpent coils itself around the movement of this Maestro watch.
Hublot is working with conservation group Save Our Rhino Africa India (SORAI). A large share of the proceeds from the Big Bang Unico SORAI will go towards efforts to save the rhinoceros from extinction.
Breguet presents, at Baselworld, the Chronographe 5527 as part of the Marine collection that debuted last year. Measuring 42mm in diameter, this new piece comes in several versions, in gold or titanium.
Distinctly sporty in style, TAG Heuer's Aquaracer appeals as much to men as to women. Advocating gender equality, the brand is giving the Lady version the undisputed benefit of an automatic movement.
Omega is releasing a new Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon in honour of the Apollo 8 mission, the first to orbit the Moon. Exactly like the Moon, the movement reveals two different sides.
At 65 years old, Breitling's much-loved Navitimer pilot's watch adopts a new look in a 38mm version, minus the chronograph but still with the signature slide rule. A Navitimer 1 Automatic 38 that should appeal to a wider audience.
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.