Sporty, elegant, classic or vintage chic, whatever your style, the top watch brands have you covered and for under CHF 5,000. Quartz or mechanical, colour or black and white, the choice is yours.
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Tourbillons are everywhere. Simple, flying, multi-axes, built into skeleton movements or sharing the stage with other complications, this rotating mechanism is as desirable as ever.
Geneva Watch Days helped make up for the absence of the industry's traditional fairs, albeit on a much smaller scale. The 16 exhibiting brands showed watches for men of taste and men of action.
Bulgari claims its sixth world record for thinness in six years with the Octo Finissimo Tourbillon Chronograph Skeleton Automatic. Also revealed at Geneva Watch Days is the relaunched Bulgari Aluminium, a sport-luxe model from 1998.
After LVMH's glittering event in January in Dubai, 2020 had all the makings of a great year for Bulgari. Then lockdown reshuffled the deck. Corporate social responsibility, e-commerce, watch fairs, new releases… Questions and answers with Antoine Pin, Managing Director of Bulgari's Watch Division.
With the release of the Altiplano Ultimate Concept, now commercially available, Piaget has raised the stakes in ultra-thin watches – and the question of whether makers have reached the limit of what is physically possible.
It starts with the strap and ends with the full-blown experience of a bespoke timepiece. Personalising a watch has no other limit than the amount you're willing (or able) to spend.
Bulgari is joining forces with Fiat for the launch of a unique New 500. The first ever all-electric model in the 500 series, this one-of-a-kind masterwork encapsulates the essence of Italian creativity.