As the watch industry embraces affordable luxury, less than €5,000 will buy you a timepiece by the most prestigious names. Here's our selection of ten new styles for men and women.
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Nomos enters the sport watch segment with the Club neomatik 42, which is also the first Nomos watch to have a metal bracelet. Generously sized at 42mm and water-resistant to 300 metres, it's made for an active life.
Three new automatics join Nomos Glashütte's range for young graduates. This is the first time the German firm is including a metal bracelet among the options proposed.
After an automatic movement with date display, the Orion collection introduces new colours with versions in midnight blue and olive green.
The prize-winners of the 18th Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) were unveiled on the 9th of November in Geneva. Excellence, creativity and horological expertise were saluted by an international jury which had designated the winners of 17 prizes and awarded the “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix to Bovet 1822 for the Récital 22 Grand Récital watch.
You may have forgotten your toothbrush (hopefully not your passport!), but you won't have gone anywhere this summer without your favourite timepiece clasped to your wrist - and another one in your suitcase, if you’re lucky!
Once an exercise in style, the extra-thin watch has evolved into a statement of the manufacturer's expertise as much as a symbol of the wearer's elegance. Today's size zero movements come with complications, while the type of winding (automatic or manual) determines what counts as a record.
The Bauhaus movement came into being in 1919, in Germany. To mark this upcoming centenary, Germany's Nomos Glashütte is presenting a limited edition of its Tangente, a design classic, often referred to as the "Bauhaus watch".
Not everyone was "out of the office" this summer. While we were soaking up the sun, brands were releasing a rich crop of new watches to take us gently into autumn. The FHH Journal team has made its selection.