Ahead of El Día de los Muertos, L'Epée 1839 resurrects its Requiem skull clock, this time in a Black & Palladium version.
Ahead of Baselworld, Breguet presents a Classique Tourbillon in its simplest attire so as to focus all attention on the beauty of its tourbillon regulator. The movement is similarly understated at just 3mm thick.
Breitling CEO Georges Kern promised to take a new broom to the brand's iconic product ranges. First up is the Navitimer, and the new Navitimer 8 pilot watch. The name refers to the company's Huit Aviation division, set up in 1938 to produce cockpit instruments and military watches.
Strongest growth was recorded in the second half, when shipments increased almost 5%. For the full twelve months, Hong Kong (+6%) and China (+18.8%) set the pace. The major luxury groups are also on the up and up. Richemont, LVMH and Swatch Group have all announced significantly stronger results.
TAG Heuer is putting women first in 2018, starting with a fully redesigned Formula 1 Lady collection. Interchangeable straps switch styles to match any mood.
After welcoming Dustin Johnson, the World Number One golfer, as an ambassador, Hublot follows up with a Big Bang Unico Golf whose chrono-style counters keep track of a player's score on the course.
Originally made in the 1960s for the Italian military as a run of 2,500 pieces, Zenith is reissuing its Cronometro Tipo CP-2 chronograph as part of its Pilot range, with versions in bronze and in aged stainless steel.