TAG Heuer brings the Monaco's 50th anniversary celebration to a close with the one-of-a-kind Monaco Pièce d’Art. This restored and decorated 1969 Monaco will be auctioned to raise money for United Way of New York City.
CEO of Baume & Mercier then secretary-general of the Association Interprofessionnelle de la Haute Horlogerie, the late Eugen Maier dedicated his life to watchmaking, and his belief in ethics and excellence as its founding principles.
Patek Philippe revives its Ladies First Chronograph, withdrawn in 2016, with this new Reference 7150. The manual-wind chronograph movement is housed inside a 38mm pink gold case, set with diamonds.
Established in Lucerne, Carl F. Bucherer has unveiled a world-first of a peripheral automatic winding mechanism with a suspended tourbillon featuring a stop-seconds function. The in-house CFB T3000 movement is COSC chronometer-certified.
After the Defy El Primero 21, a 1/100 th -second chronograph, and the Defy Lab with its groundbreaking, ultra-precise oscillator, Zenith has announced a complete Defy collection that will cover varying degrees of complication. The entry-level model, the Defy Classic, was unveiled at Baselworld.
Master of the Art of Fusion, Hublot presents the Big Bang MP-11 in 3D carbon - an ultra-light polymer matrix composite reinforced by a three-dimensional carbon fibre woven resin. Clearly visible inside the case are the seven series-coupled barrels that deliver 14 days of autonomy.
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.