Tourbillons are everywhere. Simple, flying, multi-axes, built into skeleton movements or sharing the stage with other complications, this rotating mechanism is as desirable as ever.
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Geneva Watch Days helped make up for the absence of the industry's traditional fairs, albeit on a much smaller scale. The 16 exhibiting brands showed watches for men of taste and men of action.
The watchmaker is partnering with Ocearch, the leading scientific shark conservation non-profit.
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.
A freediving champion, an explorer and film-maker, a Haute Couture designer, surfers, skippers, actors... brands choose them not for who they are but for what they do. Introducing the new faces of watchmaking.
In November 2019 Kering partnered with The Explorers. Ulysse Nardin reinforces this collaboration and becomes the official timekeeper of this ever-lasting around-the-globe scientific and exploratory expedition. Ben Thouard, one of Ulysse Nardin’s “friends of the brand”, is a key partner of the expedition.
Ex-LVMH Thierry Huron launched The Mercury Project in 2016 to provide business intelligence for the watch and jewellery industry. This includes a sell-out index for nine markets - a more reliable indicator than export figures.
Ulysse Nardin has been confirmed as the official timekeeper for one of the rare sporting competitions still on the calendar for summer 2020: the Vendee-Arctique-Les-Sables d'Olonne that will enable skippers to qualify for the Vendée Globe.
Ulysse Nardin supports Fred Buyle’s initiative to monitor blue sharks’ ecosystem using non-invasive pop-up satellite tags.