With the economy back in business and exports on the rise again, brands are newly inclined to show off their capacity for innovation and imagination. Here are some of the watches from the stream of recent releases.
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Pushing the boundaries of its artistic design even further, Louis Erard reveals a completely unique triptych. Alain Silberstein was given carte blanche, designing the series of three watches like a picture over three panels. Three lots of 178 models at accessible prices.
Behind the clean design of the Type 1 ZZ lies a ten-year friendship between Benoît Mintiens, founder of Ressence, and the iconoclastic Paris watch retailer, Laurent Picciotto.
Festivities got under way at the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, the event that gave the watch its name in 1969. TAG Heuer took the opportunity to unveil the first of five anniversary models inspired by the original Monaco.
A wave of blue and diamonds envelops the Rendez-Vous Moon Serenity in pink gold, making a precious backdrop for the mother-of-pearl moon phase, driven by an automatic movement.
Baume & Mercier's Clifton Club line welcomes two new additions: a GMT for travellers and an Automatic Bronze that combines sporting functionality with neo-retro appeal.
The Heritage Tourbillon Funky Blue recalls watches made by H. Moser & Cie. in the early twentieth century, brought bang up-to-date by a "funky" blue dial.
This one-off piece from Parmigiani Fleurier honours the traditions of Fine Watchmaking with its perpetual calendar, minute repeater and tourbillon, which it combines with a highly contemporary finish.