The manufacture presents a new perpetual calendar that displays the day, the date, and the month on a single line in an elongated aperture beneath 12 o'clock. To combine this unique feature with crisp legibility and high reliability, the designers developed a new self-winding movement.
Articles on the subject: New Models
The “cloche” (bell) shape appeared in Cartier pieces in 1920. “Cloche de Cartier”, because, when placed horizontally, its outline is reminiscent of a service bell rung at a counter. Like many Cartier signature pieces, it has been named after its shape, made notable for the purity of its line and clear inspiration.
IWC Schaffhausen presents two Portugieser featuring Haute Horlogerie complications: the Portugieser Tourbillon Retrograde Chronograph and the Portugieser Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon.
Introduced in 1991, the Master Control gets a fresh update as Jaeger-LeCoultre revisits several models in the line, including this Master Control Calendar.
Admired for its classic creations that place equal emphasis on mechanical prowess and flawless finishing, Laurent Ferrier makes an incursion into motor sports with the Grand Sport Tourbillon in steel with integrated bracelet. A first for the brand.
Vacheron Constantin stays true to the canons of Fine Watchmaking with a tourbillon prominently positioned at 12 o'clock. A monopusher chronograph steps up the pace.
The Cape Cod "square inside a rectangle" that Hermès first revealed in 1991 is once again metamorphosed, this time by a hammering technique borrowed from jewellery-making.
The Tank Asymétrique represented a radical departure from the conventions of watch design at the time of its launch in 1936. Cartier now returns to this unorthodox watch.