For brands wishing to hark back to the wristwatch’s military past, what better than a touch of khaki? Atten-shun!
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For brands that have made dive watches a speciality, safeguarding the oceans is high on their list of commitments to sustainable development.
For brands that have made dive watches a speciality, safeguarding the oceans is high on their list of commitments to sustainable development. A tool devised by Fondation de la Mer in collaboration with Boston Consulting Group means they can now measure their impact and progress.
Ulysse Nardin blows the whistle on marine pollution by upcycling fishing nets into a new strap that is compatible with several of the brand's collections.
The end of the tunnel could be in sight for the eco-conscious luxury watch. Slowly but surely, brands are beginning to produce timepieces that incorporate ethically sourced, recycled or upcycled materials. The story so far…
Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter launch strategic partnership and customer campaign with Watches & Wonders
Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter are pleased to partner, as the privileged multi-brand online retailers of Watches & Wonders, a global concept that celebrates watchmaking excellence throughout the world. Hosting digital and offline events, this concept will bring some of the industry’s most revered luxury watch brands to Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter’s extensive customer base, starting from September 28.
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.
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.