Watches and celebrities go hand in hand. We've created this complete guide to show how the relationship works, and what makes it so important to Fine Watchmaking.
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The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie teams up with Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann to showcase fine watchmaking. Until October 22nd, an exhibition that displays iconic timepieces from eight of the most prestigious watchmaking Houses in the world is completed with virtual reality experiences and talks, for the delight of watch enthusiasts.
Watchmakers have always been at pains to shield their movements from magnetic fields. But as science has progressed, a handful of visionaries have searched for ways to turn magnetism to their advantage. This two-part article - an MRI of the latest developments – explains just what the big attraction is.
Not only cowgirls get the blues! The Portugieser is the latest to be caught up in watchmaking's colour wave. Chronograph or automatic, blue's the word.
Gone are the days when brands presented women with scaled-down versions of men’s watches. If there’s anything we have learnt from both SIHH and Baselworld this year, it’s that women’s watches are a serious business.
The Aquatimer is 50, a milestone it's celebrating with an innovative material: as light and unbreakable as titanium, as hard and scratchproof as ceramic, Ceratanium makes its debut on the new Aquatimer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month Edition "50 Years Aquatimer". Limited to just 50 pieces, of course.
Deborah Maldonado or IWCGirl as you will all know her as, has managed to prove that Fine Watchmaking on social media isn’t just a man’s game. She is a bona fide influencer with 17,000 followers to prove it. We caught up with her to discuss social media and the prevalence of watch influencers.
The much-feted Mark XI pilot's watch lends its design to a variation on the Pilot's Watch Mark XVIII; a special edition, limited to 1,948 pieces in reference to the year the Mark XI was launched.
Gone are the days of Pilot Watches being reserved for the aviation specialists. In today’s industry it’s impossible to target such a narrow market with such impressive timepieces. The most popular aviation watches in 2017 are not only precision instruments, but also beautiful pieces of art on the wrist.