Richard Mille returns to the RM 033, introduced in 2011, with a 140-piece limited edition of this ultra-thin round watch with automatic winding, in the brand's signature Carbon TPT®.
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Tick-tock, tick-tock, the countdown has begun. Only a few more days to go until Christmas. This year, Santa has swapped his red suit for a watchmaker's white coat, and filled his sack with mechanical treasures that will reawaken the child in us all.
A long-time fan of Richard Mille, Pharrell Williams has often been spotted wearing the brand's creations. Asked to contribute to a watch with his name, Pharrell took inspiration from a favourite childhood memory.
Concerns over trade in a post-Brexit Britain haven't prevented the UK market from performing well these past months, aided by sterling's weakness. As the country heads towards its latest deadline, watch brands are making sure they are prepared for every outcome, including a no-deal scenario.
From the advent of the luxury sport watch in the 1970s to the birth of the smartwatch in the new millennium, a number of factors have influenced the trajectory of the sport watch. One of the most significant is the increasingly competitive world of professional sports and the growing numbers of watches worn during play.
Formula 1 World Champion in 2007, Kimi Räikkönen - who drives for Switzerland's Alfa Romeo Racing Team – gets to wear his very own tourbillon split-seconds chronograph.
Richard Mille and Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) have joined forces to produce a new grand complication watch - the RM 62-01 Tourbillon Vibrating Alarm ACJ - that epitomises the brand's vocation to take functionality and performance to new heights.
Brands have wised up to the benefits to be gained from associating their name with art venues and exhibitions; creative contexts whose audiences are also potential customers.