Looking for ways to pass the time during self-isolation? Try discreetly dipping into your partner's watch collection. Here's our choice of ten timepieces that look the business on his and her wrists.
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Hublot presents the Classic Fusion Special Edition ‘London’, a limited edition that celebrates the Swiss watch company’s ongoing love affair with this vibrant, colourful city.
Luxury and music have always gone together, from the clothes artists wear to the cars they drive or the watches that shine on their wrists. We look at which brands get the most namechecks and the trendsetters behind them.
Alexander Ovechkin, captain of the Washington Capitals ice hockey team and a Hublot Friend of the Brand, scored his 700th career goal in February. To mark this milestone achievement, the Capitals presented “Ovi” with a unique Hublot Big Bang Unico Titanium.
Impeccable pleats, animal prints, floral designs, lurex-like shimmer and embroidered motifs are finding their way onto dials and straps as fashion inspires women's timepieces. From runway to wrist, watchmakers have got it all sewn up.
As the UEFA Champions League returns, Hublot announces a limited edition of the Classic Fusion for fans of Europe’s most prestigious club competition.
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.
What do Carl Cox, Pharrell Williams, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Richard Orlinski and Alec Monopoly have in common? Answer: they have all co-created a luxury watch. For brands, collaborations such as these are a means of driving demand among millennial customers.
Unless you're an Emo or a Goth, most people wouldn't be seen dead wearing a skull watch. And they would be wrong. Make no bones about it: today's skull watches are creative, innovative, high-mech pieces.