Three weeks after the launch of watchesandwonders.com, two of this digital platform's 30 prestigious Maisons take centre stage as Parmigiani Fleurier and Arnold & Son present their latest creations.
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Every cloud has a silver lining. The disastrous impact of Covid-19 on the economy in general and the watch segment in particular is forcing brands to embrace the virtual world.
Presented earlier in the year, the Égérie women's watch collection set the tone for the Genevan brand's emotionally-charged releases for 2020, which include some remarkable grandes complications.
Launching on April 25, watchesandwonders.com is set to become the "place to be" for the watch community. More than a website, this authentic ecosystem has been developed by the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie as a platform offering information and analysis that perfectly complements physical events taking place throughout the year.
For health safety reasons and in accordance with the precautionary principle, Baselworld has taken the decision to postpone the show to January 2021, due to concerns related to Covid-19.
In view of the latest developments concerning the worldwide spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, it is the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie’s duty, as organizer of Watches & Wonders Geneva, to anticipate the potential risks that travels and important international gatherings could entail.
LVMH's watch brands are in Dubai to present the first new releases of the year. We take a closer look.
From April 25th to 29th 2020, the leading names in Fine Watchmaking will be in Geneva for the 30th edition of SIHH which becomes Watches & Wonders Geneva. This new format welcomes 31 watch brands including MB&F and H. Moser & Cie. They join the Historic Maisons after four years as part of the Carré des Horlogers, which continues to spotlight the most talented independent watchmakers and in 2020 sees the arrival of five new brands.
An ongoing drop in volume exports, an inexplicable intervention by the competition watchdog, problems in Hong Kong, individual exhibition strategies... the face of the Swiss watch industry is changing in 2020.