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.
For the Chinese Year of the Pig, Panerai presents an 88-piece limited edition Luminor Sealand. The cover is hand-decorated by master engravers using the sparsello technique.
Piaget's women's range returns in vivid cherry colours, on a cuff bracelet or paved with diamonds. The rotating bezel is as addictive as ever.
Montblanc presents two new TimeWalker chronographs whose reverse panda dials are the perfect match for this vintage-inspired sports range.
Two new versions of the Rendez-Vous Jewellery, with Night & Day or Moonphase indications, feature prong-set diamonds on the bezel. The movements are the equally dazzling Jaeger-LeCoultre 898B and 925A.
In honour of pioneering aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, a friend of Louis Cartier, the brand has introduced a chronograph version of the Santos. The movement is the in-house 1904-CH MC with column wheel and vertical clutch.
Three new Clifton Baumatic make their debut, with a red gold case and gradient blue dial. All three are driven by the BM13 version of the Baumatic movement, combining performance and design.