The new Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon Poinçon de Genève is a futuristic, high-tech interpretation of the Tambour watch.
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The Maillon de Cartier watch plays on the look of the classic chain-link bracelet while inventing a new attitude for today.
Gold no longer has the monopoly on precious stones. After ceramic and Carbon TPT®, Richard Mille shows off another facet of its gem-setting expertise with this Gemset Sapphire RM 07-02.
From its ultra-light titanium case to an anthracite dial with a hint of orange, the new Slim d'Hermès confirms its understated but never staid nature –with the additional benefit of an extra-thin manufacture movement.
Ressence continues to challenge the status quo of mechanical watchmaking with the Type 5N, considered to be the only mechanical watch that is perfectly readable underwater.
Romain Gauthier’s first series watch in stainless steel features a dial crafted from visually arresting meteorite.
Ulysse Nardin's Freak neXt concept watch is a showcase for the brand's technology, not least flexible silicon blades. This prototype prefigures the next generation of Freak watches.
Panerai broke new ground in 2010 with a dive watch in bronze, a metal appreciated for the patina it acquires over time. It returns this year as part of the Submersible collection, with the introduction of a ceramic disc on the bezel.