The phenomenal success of the Omega Speedmaster as explained by Omega President and CEO Raynald Aeschlimann.
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The 72 watches in the running for the 2018 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, to be announced this Friday November 9th, are on show at Geneva's Musée d’Art et d’Histoire in a context of art and design. The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie is one of the contributors.
Created by Maxima Gallery, Watchmakers – The Masters of Art Horology opens this Friday April 6th in Rome before travelling to New York, Hong Kong and London. Museums and galleries, places where art is traditionally displayed, become the venues for the work of thirteen independent watchmakers.
The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie teams up with Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann to showcase fine watchmaking. Until October 22nd, an exhibition that displays iconic timepieces from eight of the most prestigious watchmaking Houses in the world is completed with virtual reality experiences and talks, for the delight of watch enthusiasts.
Renowned antique dealers, Fine Watch and High Jewellery houses gathered beneath the domed ceilings of the Grand Palais for La Biennale Paris. We spotlight two outstanding Manufactures: F.P. Journe and DeWitt.
Patek Philippe celebrated the opening of its Art of Watches exhibition in New York City last Thursday, launching several commemorative editions to mark the occasion. Patek Philippe president Thierry Stern was on hand to talk about the exhibition and the art of watchmaking.
Patek Philippe launched nine commemorative special-edition timepieces, including a world-first complication, to celebrate the opening of its Art of Watches exhibition in New York City last Thursday.
The Design Museum in London is showing Cartier in Motion, curated by Lord Norman Foster. The exhibition, which runs through end July, shows how Cartier watches are objects of engineering and design that mirror the changing styles of the twentieth century.
Filmmaker and journalist Eileen Hofer is now also a "friend" of Jaeger-LeCoultre. Throughout July, she is presenting "Tomorrow the Birds Will Sing" at Chaplin’s World in Vevey, Switzerland.