Staying relevant in unprecedented times, here are the watch brands that sparked discussions and stayed present on social media during the Covid-19 global pandemic.
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Every year we find ourselves grappling with the same problem of choosing a dive watch for summer and with so much on offer, brands clearly have no intention of making this an easy decision.
Creation of a new watch trade show in Geneva in collaboration with the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie.
This year Tudor celebrates fifty years since the launch of its first chronograph, a complication that has played a starring role in the brand's collections ever since, most recently with a vintage feel. So what can we look forward to in 2020?
Established in Biel/Bienne two years ago, Norqain is beginning to make a name for itself. A long-term strategic partnership with Kenissi, a movement-maker whose clients include Tudor and Chanel, is focusing attention on this young brand that already boasts an impressive roll call of retailers.
With a week to go before the most romantic day of the year, take a look at our selection of men's and women's watches under £5,000. Why say it with flowers when you can give the gift of time!
2019 was a year of nostalgia, with reissues of vintage watches alongside recreations of classic watches with a modern twist. We look at the year's most popular comebacks on Instagram.
The lines between what we deem to be masculine and feminine are steadily blurring. From haute couture runways to high street fashion to what we wear on our wrist, we're no longer defined by "his" and "hers".