Easing of travel restrictions brings hope of plunging into the ocean this summer. Any of these twelve dive watches would make the ideal companion.
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When Pierre Hermé talks watches, he does so with great appetite as well as a distinct admiration for the expertise, creativity, research, precision and aesthetic of a profession that has much in common with his own passion: pâtisserie.
Blancpain reinterprets its Fifty Fathoms "no radiations". This mid-1960s diving instrument, notably used by the German Navy, was stamped with a "no radiations" logo indicating that Blancpain was not using luminescent materials composed of radium.
Since 2001, February 14th is the perfect occasion for a special encounter between Blancpain and women. For its 21st Valentine's Day special series, the Manufacture thus offers a heavenly interpretation of its Villeret Women Date model in a 28-piece limited edition.
For brands that have made dive watches a speciality, safeguarding the oceans is high on their list of commitments to sustainable development.
For brands that have made dive watches a speciality, safeguarding the oceans is high on their list of commitments to sustainable development. A tool devised by Fondation de la Mer in collaboration with Boston Consulting Group means they can now measure their impact and progress.
The Swiss watchmaker supports the ocean conservation group’s advocacy efforts to restore marine ecosystems. This three-year partnership includes an expedition to Mexico’s Scorpion Reef, a UNESCO biosphere reserve.
With its Métiers d’Art collection, Blancpain offers a journey through cultures. Today, the Manufacture sets sail for Taiwan by dedicating two individual models to one of the wonders of the animal kingdom bound up with the island’s history: the Formosa clouded leopard.