Masters in the art of paillonné enamel, the craftsmen at Jaquet Droz have deployed a wealth of expertise to give life to six new watches whose dials are ablaze with gold spangles on Grand Feu enamel.
More readily associated with highly complicated mechanisms, the Toric collection also knows how to embrace the essentials of time with this version, based on the very first watch created by Michel Parmigiani. Hours, minutes, seconds and date, in all simplicity.
In 2016, Hublot introduced the Classic Fusion Berluti line, in collaboration with the renowned shoemaker whose famous Venezia leather is now found on the Classic Fusion Chronograph Berluti, with a choice of two finishes.
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An ingenious system of 12 rotating cubes in an iconoclastic time display meets a central flying tourbillon with a V-shaped bridge. The Escale Spin Time Tourbillon Central Blue is already turning heads…
Applied Arabic numerals, railroad minute track and characteristic leaf-shaped hands… the Portugieser Chronograph Classic embraces the identity of the Portugieser collection. This subtly reworked version comes in three colour combinations.
F.P. Journe celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Geneva boutique with an eminently collectible ten-piece edition of the Centigraphe Souverain.
The Laureato continues to reinvent the 1970s with a new iteration that focuses on the mechanical movement, a vision of architectural precision and transparency. Introducing the Laureato Skeleton.
From the front, an exquisite, hand-guilloché dial with honeycomb pattern. From the back, an officer-type cover, also with guillochage, that opens to reveal the L.U.C 96.01-L ultra-thin movement. The L.U.C XPS 1860 Officer matches distinction with discretion.
We fell for their design, their movement, their evocative history or originality. Discover the watches from this year's Baselworld that captured the heart of HH Journal's editorial team.