Over the past three years, Girard-Perregaux has upped the game of the Laureato, first launched in 1975. Its bold lines lend themselves brilliantly to the new Laureato Chronograph in steel or pink gold, with two case sizes and three dial colours.
Articles on the subject: New Models
Vacheron Constantin's Traditionnelle line is reserved for contemporary interpretations of Geneva's grand watchmaking tradition. Two new models join the collection, one a complete calendar and the other a tourbillon, in pink gold or in platinum, in the Excellence Platine collection.
This new version takes its cue from the original design, launched in 1994, with features that include rectangular, luminous hands and a quarter-seconds scale to measure short intervals.
Montblanc's 1858 collection takes root in the watches being made in the early 20th century by Minerva, Montblanc's manufacturing arm since 2006. New releases include the pure vintage goodness of this Automatic Chronograph.
The ultimate luxury: Hublot presents the Big Bang Tourbillon Croco High Jewellery, paved with 13.4 carats of diamonds, complete with a bulletproof crocodile jacket. Yours for $1 million.
Jaquet Droz celebrates its 280th anniversary with the Grande Seconde Tribute – a special version of the now iconic Grande Seconde that saw daylight in 2002. This limited edition of 88 pieces comes with a Grand Feu enamel dial and, for the first time, a yellow gold case.
By using fluid inside a capillary connected to a watch movement, HYT has created an original, some would say philosophical means of displaying the time. The H₀ X Eau Rouge is further proof.
Three world-class athletes and three versions of the new RM 67-02. Powered by the brand's seventh in-house calibre, this is Richard Mille's lightest automatic watch at just 32 grams, strap included.