It all began (again) on October 24th 1994 when Walter Lange and Günter Blümlein, the men behind the revival of A. Lange & Söhne, presented the first watches of a new era. Foremost among them: the Lange 1 and its revolutionary outsize date which commands the dial, whatever the other complications.
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The women’s collection welcomes five smaller models, with an innovative strap change system, whilst six additional watches join the men’s line.
Best known as the inventor of the tourbillon escapement for which he filed patent rights on June 26, 1801, Abraham-Louis Breguet was no less the creator of a number of other exceptional timekeeping devices and instruments.
Building on its prestigious history as a jeweller, Bulgari has imagined a capsule collection of three Serpenti watches set with amethysts.
Glashütte is launching Spezialist, its fifth collection that makes its debut with the SeaQ, a dive watch that rolls together history and modernity.
In honour of the partnership between Jacques-Barthélémy Vacheron and François Constantin, initiated 200 years ago, the Manufacture is celebrating the many collaborations that have marked these two centuries of history. This tribute, in the form of a travelling exhibition, is joined by "Les Collectionneurs", a curated selection of vintage watches by the brand.
Hublot and Ferrari are writing a new page in their collaboration, which began in 2011. The Classic Fusion Ferrari GT, designed with Gran Turismo in mind, integrates a new in-house Unico movement.
Eliminate clutter, put an end to untidiness.... For Marie Kondo, author of the hugely popular KonMari method, life begins after a good clear-out. Several watch brands appear to have taken her theories to heart to put some order into their collections.
Attention to detail is evident throughout this limited-edition Breguet Marine 5517, especially created for the Swiss retailer's Blue Editions collection.