Minimalism: a word that has gone from artistic movement to lifestyle, from Bauhausian simplicity to the promise of happiness and peace of mind. This vision of minimalism is at odds with the philosophy that has triumphed in history, as austere as it is creative, as modern as it is eternally inspiring.
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A. Lange & Söhne
In 1845 Ferdinand Adolph Lange started making watches in Glashütte, a village in the ore-bearing hills of Saxony, Germany. In doing so, he laid the foundations for a world-renowned manufactory and, more widely, a regional industry. A milestone commemorated by A. Lange & Söhne as well as by Nomos.
Watches & Wonders has travelled to Sanya, a resort on Hainan island where, after Shanghai, the exhibiting brands are again presenting their major releases for the year, including some new reveals.
After Shanghai, Watches & Wonders has arrived in Sanya, a resort on the island province of Hainan. Building on the cooperation agreement with China Duty Free Group, eleven prestigious watch brands will be present throughout October inside CDF Mall, the biggest duty free shopping complex in the world.
After Geneva and Miami, Watches & Wonders travels to China as a physical event, held September 9th to 13th at the West Bund Art Center in Shanghai, as well as a digital platform developed by the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie in partnership with Tmall's Luxury Pavilion.
Eleven brands will exhibit at this leading watch fair, to be held from September 9th to 13th, 2020 at the West Bund Art Center. In September, a unique opportunity will arise for watch lovers based in China to immerse themselves in watchmaking excellence and also to be the first to view the latest watchmaking releases for 2020.
The A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Time Zone indicates the time at home and in another time zone at a glance. Fifteen years after its launch, it returns with a new manufacture calibre, ring-shaped day/night indicators for easy legibility, and a new daylight saving time indicator.
Sport's great, especially when it involves a dinner party. In which case, you need a timepiece to match. One that plays hard and is elegant in victory. Fortunately, watchmakers are one step ahead.
First shown in 2015, the Zeitwerk Minute Repeater is the world’s only watch that combines a mechanical jumping numerals display with a decimal minute repeater. This complicated timepiece now comes in a limited 30-watch edition in white gold with a deep-blue dial.