Luxury brands return to their bespoke roots, with new levels of customization.
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After two difficult years, a new era of rationalisation has dawned. Brands have simplified their collections, put their more extravagant creations on hold, and cut back on the métiers d'art. This year's SIHH reveals how fine watch firms are reining it in as they set out to reconquer markets.
Among the useful functions lining the aisles at the 28th Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the chronograph is the standout complication. It confirms demand for robust, precise, reliable timepieces, and the enduring appeal of a sporty design.
Traditionally, brands exhibiting at Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie like to whet our appetite with a preview of the models they will be unveiling during the week. Here's our round-up of 14 new watches making their debut at the 28th edition of the Geneva fair.
A look back at 2017 as we train the spotlight on a revolutionary oscillator and some remarkable achievements in materials, astronomical complications and artistic creations. Not forgetting some milestone anniversaries.
In the lead-up to SIHH, Roger Dubuis presents two new versions of the Excalibur, developed by its creative lab in conjunction with Perfect Fit Pirelli and Raging Mechanics Lamborghini Squadra Corse.
At Dubai Watch Week, Roger Dubuis put the accent on its ties with the motorsports world, through the brand's recent partnerships with Pirelli and Lamborghini. Get ready to rev up your Excalibur!
Dubai Watch Week is a rendezvous for one-off and limited-edition timepieces. While these are the watches every collector longs to own, not everyone can have the (good) fortune to enjoy them.
Roger Dubuis, who in 1995 opened a Manufacture that bore his name, has passed away at the age of 80. He leaves an extraordinary legacy in watchmaking, distinguished as much by an inimitable style as by groundbreaking mechanisms. We look back at an outstanding career.