Over the past decades, luxury brands, jewellers, passionate entrepreneurs and independent creators have entered the watchmaking world where they have distinguished themselves with truly original case designs.
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Van Cleef & Arpels
The Alhambra has been Van Cleef & Arpels' signature motif since 1968, whether in mother-of-pearl, hard stones or precious gems. The Sweet Alhambra collection is joined by five new styles with interchangeable straps.
Another year, another moon. As the Asian - and specifically Chinese, South Korean and Hong Kong - markets gain traction in the world of luxury, more and more brands are finding ways to celebrate Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year.
Women’s watches not only figured prominently in the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, they are becoming more impressive every year: a sign that Swiss watchmakers are taking female patrons seriously.
The prize-winners of the 18th Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) were unveiled on the 9th of November in Geneva. Excellence, creativity and horological expertise were saluted by an international jury which had designated the winners of 17 prizes and awarded the “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix to Bovet 1822 for the Récital 22 Grand Récital watch.
A symbol of attachment and shared sentiments, the Cadenas ignores the boundaries of design. Impervious to trends, its singular aesthetic, as much jewellery as watch, is as strikingly modern today as when it first appeared in 1935.
The Parisian jewellery house presents the Lady Arpels Zodiac Lumineux. On demand, an exclusive module illuminates enamel beads using electricity produced by the watch's mechanical movement.
It's Dorothy's brick road, it's the Beatles' submarine, it's sunshine on a rainy day. Buttercup, canary, lemon, mustard, straw, honey or saffron, a splash of yellow brings laidback style to the beautiful mechanics on our wrist. "Hey, chicken! You got the time?".