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.
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A. Lange & Söhne
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.
The brands that have taken up sport this year are putting elegance ahead of performance, fashioning every detail of beautifully styled watches that are happy to lead an inactive life. We take a tour of what's on offer from the brands at Watches & Wonders.
The online launch of Watches & Wonders 2020 spotlights what will be the first trends in watchmaking this year. Special mention goes to astronomical complications and skeleton watches, while women's collections get into shape with form watches. Sport-luxe is another of the year's big winners.
In watchmaking, nowhere is excellence more evident than in the complications that take a timepiece into another dimension, fuelled by the genius of brands always ready to reinvent themselves. As demonstrated at Watches & Wonders.
Design over complications. The time-only watch (with the possible addition of a date display) is considered by many to be the true litmus test of a maker's expertise. Women's watches are a prime illustration. Here are selected examples ahead of Watches & Wonders 2020.
Back in the early 1970s, design legend Gérald Genta put pencil to paper and imagined the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. The sports-luxe watch was born. Some fifty years later, this hybrid aesthetic is as popular as ever, as confirmed by these ten recent releases that fuse case and bracelet into one.