The Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Top Gun Edition “SFTI”, inspired by the “Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor” edition from 2018, combines black ceramic for the case with a Ceratanium® back and pushers.
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This new model with a double orbital tourbillon reveals mechanical virtuosity and aesthetic mastery. Each component is hand-finished, while the back of the movement is engraved with the “House on the Quai”: the Parisian building where Abraham-Louis Breguet fulfilled his life’s work.
Beginning a new era in watchmaking excellence, Omega and Metas proudly share the creation, process and results of the industry-changing Master Chronometer certification.
A slight protrusion on the crown is the only indication of an additional mechanism that promises even more user-friendliness. With models in white gold and red gold, this latest addition to the family is a stylish expression of understated luxury.
The Clé de Cartier Flying Tourbillon watch, graced with an entirely diamond-set case, beats to the rhythm of one of the most fascinating Fine Watchmaking complications: the flying tourbillon. A tour de force or a demonstration of elegance depending on the wearer’s point of view, this flying tourbillon, carefully developed by the Cartier Manufacture workshops, contains all the watchmaking symbols of a rich heritage that is proclaimed and renewed.
A faithful observer of nature in motion, Van Cleef & Arpels offers a new interpretation of birds in its Extraordinary Dials collection. In three limited editions of 22 timepieces, lucky birds soar above tableaux of hard stone marquetry. This theme has always inspired the Maison’s creations, evoking positive values of freedom and love.
Patek Philippe says of its Ref. 5073 minute repeater that it is “the ideal timekeeping instrument for successful men who appreciate the aesthetic appeal of the master jeweler's art as much as they are fascinated by the complexities of Haute Horlogerie.” But perhaps it’s the other way around: The 5073 is for women who appreciate the complexities of haute horlogerie as much as the appeal of the master jeweler’s art.
From the late 19th century onwards Louis Vuitton has offered its clientele, including elegant travellers and explorers alike, practical and long-lasting trunks, reputed for their ingenuity and modernist elegance. The contemporary look of these trunks has historically been enhanced by the use of technical materials such as zinc, copper and aluminium, making them very light. These tropical trunks had the advantage of being water resistant and protecting linen or fragile scientific instruments.