"Grand" complications have never been a feature of Rolex – until Label Noir produced this Rolex Milgauss with tourbillon, confirming the rising trend for personalisation in watchmaking.
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Just recently in Milan, Patek Philippe hosted an incredible evening garden party dedicated to women and unveiled its all-new Twenty-4 Automatic collection of women’s timepieces. Unlike the original Twenty-4 series, first presented nearly two decades ago, the newest Twenty-4 Automatic watches are not rectangular. Instead, they are voluptuously round.
September spells the end of summer, when NATO straps and water-patinated bronze cases are just a tanline on the wrist. We've picked ten resilient watches that will help you move smoothly from summer to autumn. #RIPVacation.
It's Dorothy's brick road, it's the Beatles' submarine, it's sunshine on a rainy day. Buttercup, canary, lemon, mustard, straw, honey or saffron, a splash of yellow brings laidback style to the beautiful mechanics on our wrist. "Hey, chicken! You got the time?".
The watchmaker pushes the boat out with a partnership, announced at Baselworld last March, with Race for Water Foundation. Through its voyage across the oceans, the revolutionary Race for Water vessel seeks to promote the transformation of plastic waste into energy resources through innovative solutions.
This new Richard Mille watch would have perfectly fit John Rambo’s wrist, the adventurer revealed in 1982 by Sylvester Stallone. The actor has therefore been solicited for the development of this tourbillion chronograph RM 25-01 Adventure, a horological UFO with unprecedented functions.
Presenting the Radiomir Logo 3 Days Acciaio – 45mm and the Radiomir Black Seal Logo 3 Days Acciaio – 45mm: two new versions of the first ever watch from Panerai. Both are driven by the in-house manual-wind P6000 movement which delivers three days of power reserve.
The third Blancpain Ocean Commitment, coinciding with World Oceans Day, is a new Fifty Fathoms proposed as a 250-piece limited edition. A donation from sales of CHF 250,000 will go to support ocean preservation.
Once an exercise in style intended to leave only the pith and marrow of an existing movement, skeletonization has expanded its territory to include complicated calibres as well as the mechanical movements in women's watches. A virtuoso illustration that less truly can be more.