The art of transforming the glittering towers and glassy spires of a buzzing metropolis into a recognisable watch design is no mean feat. Extravagant and irreverent, the Excalibur Blacklight is an ode to vibrant cites like Hong Kong, Singapore and Beijing at the height of their nightly splendour.
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This year sees the 100th anniversary of the invention of the flying tourbillon by Glashütte master watchmaker Alfred Helwig. In his honour, Glashütte Original presents the Alfred Helwig Tourbillon 1920 – Limited Edition with the tourbillon on the reverse of the movement.
With its flamboyant red guilloché dial, jumping hours, retrograde minutes and reversed hand-fitting, this two-sided Virtuoso V is a pure example of Bovet watchmaking, combining a pure aesthetic with technical virtuosity.
Panerai is releasing a Luminor Marina with stainless steel case and bracelet. Solid and robust, this new version is equipped with the in-house P.9010 automatic movement.
Seventeen years after its launch, and now an emblem for the brand's watchmaking, the Louis Vuitton Tambour returns as four new Monogram and Graphite models.
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.