In the expert hands of gem-setters, Richard Mille’s timepieces for women sparkle brightly with a thousand rays. The technique called ‘snow setting’ lends an opulent quality to these pieces making them worthy of a winter wonderland.
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A pretty face is no longer enough, especially when it goes with an empty head. Watch brands are choosing their “friends” differently. Away from the glossy magazine image, these new ambassadors are more authentic and relatable.
A highly complex sports timepiece, a masterpiece of technical prowess designed for everyday use and for any situation, such is the latest execution of Richard Mille’s tireless quest for innovation, the new RM 65-01.
Within days of each other, Girard-Perregaux, Richard Mille and TAG Heuer announced partnerships with prestigious car manufacturers. Breitling, IWC and Roger Dubuis already have successful automotive alliances. More about this meeting of mechanical minds.
The successor in the RM 037 collection, this new interpretation is the latest addition to the Richard Mille women’s collection. This model combines white ceramic, mother-of-pearl and white gold.
What began as cutting-edge innovation has revolutionised an entire sector. Hypertechnology is a key trend in watchmaking, embracing breakout technologies and mad ideas, extreme sports and a fascination with science fiction.
Covid-19 shutdowns prevented Richard Mille from surpassing one billion Swiss francs in turnover, but it’s only a matter of time for the brand which checked out of 2020 with its most complex chronograph to date.
Over the past twelve months FHH Journal has reported on watch industry news, covering everything from the markets to brands and their products. Here, in brief, are some of the events that marked this unusual year.
Two years after the black and white of the RM 71-01, the RM 71-02 Automatic Tourbillon Talisman goes all-out colour. This collection of ten models, each a seven-piece limited edition, celebrates the ’70s.