The Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges – Aston Martin Edition is the first timepiece borne of the recently announced partnership between Girard-Perregaux and the British motorist.
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In 2021, the LM101 series evolves with technically and aesthetically-upgraded versions distinguished by colourful dial plates, including a stainless-steel version.
This is a refined watch Classic Fusion pure white as snow. White diamonds, white dial, white strap, the Hublot “Art of Fusion” philosophy goes all white - as magic and eternal, so feminine and elegant, summertime or wintertime.
Sun, light, heat and tanned skin: the summer is the dream season for all men and women who wish to live their lives to the fullest, making the most of each moment. JeanRichard has also set its clocks on full summer and sunny time by illuminating in 18K pink gold three models from its flagship Terrascope collection. With their characteristic case divided into various sections, these timepieces allow for subtle combinations of materials.
Well accustomed to technical challenges, Zenith built the Rainbow Flyback model in 1997 based on technical specifications established for the French Air Force. The result was a rugged, high-performance timepiece capable of standing up to the most extreme conditions. The brand with the guiding star now draws inspiration from this high-precision instrument in presenting an eminently sporty version named El Primero Stratos Flyback Rainbow.
The Hourstriker has been a part of the Exceptional Timepiece Collection for nearly 25 years, and the Hourstriker Tiger marks an evolution of the admired timepiece.
Christophe Claret is pleased to present X-TREM-1 Chocolate, featuring a red gold and grade 5 titanium case treated with chocolate-color PVD, plus an alligator-skin strap of the same brown hue. This timepiece is as visually striking as it is technically innovative.
For years now, IWC Schaffhausen and the Swiss airline JU-AIR have cultivated a partnership based on a mutual admiration of the Junkers JU-52 aircraft. Of just eight airworthy vintage JU-52s worldwide, one has carried the IWC logo for two decades and, in the year 2000, started out on a circumnavigation of the globe to publicize a new IWC Pilot’s Watch. Time, then, to acknowledge JU-AIR’s outstanding work. In honour of the airline established to keep the vintage aircraft aloft, the IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Edition “JU-Air”, strictly limited to 500 watches, is ready to take off.