Away from the main watch fairs, Louis Vuitton has unveiled its new lineup for 2017. The brand is building on its expertise in leathergoods and, with interchangeable straps all the rage, has fitted the new Tambour Moon with a cleverly designed quick-release system. From now on, the choice is yours.
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The Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie continues to attract the leading names in luxury and talented independents. More than ever, this prestigious event sets the standard in the watchmaking world and stays up to speed with a changing environment.
Organised by the Seddiqi family in partnership with Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie, Dubai Watch Week has developed a winning formula. Building on last year's "resounding success", the third edition will be from November 16 to 20, 2017. The theme is "Classic & Contemporary". Some sixty brands are already signed up.
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Grand Seiko's success on international markets has been the cue for the Japanese firm to transform the collection into a full-fledged brand with its own production resources, logistics and sales support.
There's always a good reason to take a trip down memory lane, starting with the many icons that celebrate a special birthday this year. And as the community of old-school fans grows, it's clear that there is no business like vintage business.
The Petite Heure Minute lends its uncluttered lines to the refinement of black Grand Feu enamel, the backdrop for delicate miniature painting of a lion, a pink flamingo or koi carps.