The art of transforming the glittering towers and glassy spires of a buzzing metropolis into a recognisable watch design is no mean feat. Extravagant and irreverent, the Excalibur Blacklight is an ode to vibrant cites like Hong Kong, Singapore and Beijing at the height of their nightly splendour.
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This year sees the 100th anniversary of the invention of the flying tourbillon by Glashütte master watchmaker Alfred Helwig. In his honour, Glashütte Original presents the Alfred Helwig Tourbillon 1920 – Limited Edition with the tourbillon on the reverse of the movement.
IWC Schaffhausen and Orlebar Brown announce their new partnership. Marking the start of their collaboration, the watch manufacturer unveils the Portugieser Yacht Club Chronograph Edition “Orlebar Brown”.
Introducing two new High Jewellery watches for 2020, Jaeger-LeCoultre places its Calibre 101 in the spotlight again. The two entirely original designs reaffirm the unique alliance between high jewellery and fine watchmaking made possible by this exceptional mechanism.
Rolex is introducing the new generation of its Oyster Perpetual Submariner and Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date, watches that exemplify the historic links between Rolex and the world of diving.
The Vintage 1945 Infinity and 1966 Infinity editions play on elegance. Exhibited at the Geneva Watch Days, these timepieces carry a message: "Onyx is the new black".
“Art begets art”, American author Susan Vreeland once famously said. And this is certainly true in the case of Tripod, the 13th collaboration between MB&F and Switzerland’s premier clockmaker L’Epée 1839.
The military-style exterior of this EMC Time Hunter, the result of an unprecedented surface treatment, teamed with a camouflage canvas strap have earned it the nickname, Desert Sage.