Romain Gauthier’s first series watch in stainless steel features a dial crafted from visually arresting meteorite.
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What will we wear in 2019? Cuff watches, tourbillons, dials set with miniature paintings, skeleton movements, shaped cases… We put a spotlight on the ladies’ watches revealed during the 29th Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie.
In 2012, Jaeger-LeCoultre released its Rendez-Vous collection – the very one which last year accounted for 45% of the brand's revenue. This gives a clear indication that the women's watch market has come into its own.
Created by Maxima Gallery, Watchmakers – The Masters of Art Horology opens this Friday April 6th in Rome before travelling to New York, Hong Kong and London. Museums and galleries, places where art is traditionally displayed, become the venues for the work of thirteen independent watchmakers.
It'll be red carpet time on Sunday March 4th as the American film industry celebrates its actors, directors and movies at the 90th Academy Awards. What if the nominees were from the watch industry instead? And the winner is...
This past weekend in Miami, Florida, the first ever Watches & Wonders Miami took place in and around Palm Court in the Miami Design District. This event marked the first time a Watches & Wonders exhibition had been staged in America, and – judging by the success of the show—it won’t be the last.
The 39.5-mm diameter singles this watch out as the brand's first for women – and as commendable as every other of its timepieces, from the sophisticated mechanical movement to the exceptional finishing.