A Pegasus with glowing wings emerges from the Slim d’Hermès watch, highlighted by the arts of miniature painting, straw marquetry and engraving.
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Audemars Piguet launches a new complication in the Royal Oak Offshore collection. Limited to 100 pieces, the new selfwinding timepiece combines flying tourbillon with flyback chronograph in a brand-new case diameter of 43mm.
A biaxial tourbillon rotates within the Moebius' movement, which itself appears to hover inside an impressive sapphire crystal case. Hautlence's expertise is plain to see.
HYT reaches further still into the origins of time measurement with H0. Presented at Baselworld, it is a reimagining of the water clock. Pure lines and futuristic volumes are a reminder that space and time form one.
The Pavonina's cushion-shaped case brings exactly the right amount of originality to this ladies' watch. Designed for connoisseurs since 2013, it returns in new colours and with a revisited dial.
Delicate and rare, the métiers d’art show watchmaking from a new perspective. Blancpain, Breguet, Bulgari, Chanel, Dior, Harry Winston, Hermès, Hublot, Jaquet Droz and Patek Philippe have again turned their hand to these exquisite crafts, with stunning results.
There's always a good reason to take a trip down memory lane, starting with the many icons that celebrate a special birthday this year. And as the community of old-school fans grows, it's clear that there is no business like vintage business.
All is revealed with the Octo Tourbillon Sapphire, which sheds light on the mechanical complexity of its movement. A spectacular new interpretation of the octagon's pure form.