By presenting their latest releases actually inside the Manufacture (except Glashütte Original which located to one of Geneva's luxury hotels), Swatch Group's prestige brands were able to highlight the singularity of their watches while making clear the complexity inherent to production.
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Glashütte is launching Spezialist, its fifth collection that makes its debut with the SeaQ, a dive watch that rolls together history and modernity.
After slamming the door on Baselworld, Swatch Group had to come up with an alternative way to present its new releases to the press. The solution, the Time to Move roadshow, was the opportunity for the world's biggest watch group to flex its industrial muscle.
Twenty years after Glashütte Original introduced a perpetual calendar to its Senator collection, the openworked dial of this limited edition puts the accent on the automatic Calibre 36-02, which premiered in 2016.
Colourful dials are now an annual tradition for Glashütte Original and its Sixties and Sixties Panorama Date. Following on from last year's green are these versions in fabulous orange shades. Harking back to a hugely creative decade, they spotlight the brand's dial-makers and their expertise.
The retro-inspired Sixties and Sixties Data Panorama join Glashütte Original's Sixties collection, featuring fabulous gradient green dials.
This stainless steel version of the Chronograph Panorama Date is driven by Calibre 37, which Glashütte released four years ago. It also comes with a choice of three straps.
Introduced in 2015, this watch for globetrotters, which indicates local and destination time in each of the 35 world time zones currently in use, is now available in a steel version.
For those intending to celebrate World Kissing Day on July 6th, Glashütte Original presents a new version of its PanoMatic Luna with a generous sprinkling of diamonds and rubies. A mechanical movement beats inside.