Watch constructor Rémi Maillat and his Neuchâtel-based brand have made a remarkable debut with a movement that can show sunrise and sunset times anywhere in the world.
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The Cartier Libre collection was born of a desire to play with the Maison’s signature watch shapes. They are stretched, shrunk and transformed into objects of fantasy with unbridled creative licence. Cartier Libre appeals to the Collectionneuse, the figure of the watchmaking collector.
Unveiled at Dubai Watch Week, Urwerk presents a one-of-a-kind piece that reflects the city's countless riches. The UR-210 Dubai is entirely hand-engraved by Florian Güllert and captures the multiple facets of this megacity in its combination of extravagance and unique tradition.
Just a few days ago in Austin, Texas, F1 Mercedes-AMG Petronas driver Lewis Hamilton, also an IWC brand ambassador, proudly stood on the U.S. Grand Prix podium as the winner of the exhilarating challenge around the spectacular Circuit of the Americas (COTA) asphalt track.
Small brand, niche brand, call it what you will, A. Lange & Söhne quietly builds its considerable success. Is the German watchmaker Richemont's most under-the-radar brand?
The history and future of cars and watches seem to be inextricably linked. Both wristwatches and automobiles had their start in the early part of the 20th century, and both were about innovation, convenience and precision. Throughout the decades, many top watch brands have aligned themselves with the luxurious world of cars, from vintage to classic, muscle, sports and racers.
“Navigating my way to new horizons. Contrary to popular belief, the sky is NOT the limit; it is merely the beginning of something bigger.” This quote was posted by Georges Kern on July 18 to announce his arrival as CEO of Breitling. Bigger?
It's amazing what diamonds can do, including shaking up the lines of the coveted Nantucket Très Petit Modèle with a seemingly random sprinkling of stones across its steel case.