Despite all the talk about sustainability and ethical production, environmentally and socially responsible products are still more theory than practice.
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Breitling has teamed up with sustainable clothing company Outerknown for a new SuperOcean watch and the first collection of 18 NATO-style straps in environmentally-friendly ECONYL® yarn. The straps are compatible with all Breitling watches.
On the road with CEO Georges Kern, Breitling stopped off in California to meet champion surfer Kelly Slater. While there, the brand had plenty of new releases to show, with the Aviator 8 Mosquito, a revisited Avenger line and a new range of straps in Econyl, a yarn made from recycled fishing nets.
In the same year, 1980, that he joined Chopard, Karl-Friedrich Scheufele imagined the St-Moritz watch. Today, seconded by his son, Karl-Fritz, and his father, Karl, he has looked to this best-selling sport watch as inspiration for the Alpine Eagle collection.
For three decades, the Geneva-based firm has been supplying the leading fine watch brands, with an unerring flair for the directions the industry is taking. It is also a longstanding advocate of ethical practices and sustainable development. Portrait of a company and the man behind it.
In-depth with Panerai ambassador and world freediving champion Guillaume Néry
The brand is supporting Cousteau Divers in its work to understand how the ocean's temperature impacts biodiversity and the climate.
As the writer and producer of Alita, the story of a teenage cyborg with super-powers, James Cameron returns to his favourite genre of science fiction – and the underwater world he cares deeply about.