Watches for her, watches for him, there is less of a clear-cut distinction among the year’s releases. The emphasis is more on emotional appeal as new colours enter the spectrum.
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Watches and Wonders 2021
After talking the talk, the watch industry is beginning to walk the walk – and not just with isolated initiatives. Sustainable development is making very real inroads, as reported at Watches and Wonders.
An ambitious initiative that delivered on its promises. After ten intense days that put watchmaking worldwide in the spotlight, Watches and Wonders 2021 brings down the curtain on a truly successful edition. New releases, major announcements, exceptional creations, panels, discussions and a hugely popular Morning Show kept interest at a high throughout what was the most important watch Salon ever held online and offline. The enthusiasm surrounding the leading names gathered in Geneva then in Shanghai can be measured by how widely the event was relayed around the globe, generating hundreds of millions of views on social media, to single out Watches and Wonders as a key gathering in a particularly delicate sanitary context.
Panerai forges ahead with its mission to bring more circular practices to the world of watchmaking with a Luminor Marina built from an innovative metal.
Helping us forget ongoing restrictions, the brands at Watches and Wonders unveiled an explosion of colour alongside calendar complications, our future travel companions.
Le modèle Heritage Pythagore Small Second Limited Edition 148 rend hommage au calibre Minerva n°48, développé et produit dans la manufacture Villeret en 1948.
Astronomical functions, automata, chimes, world time… complications require absolute mastery of mechanisms, as illustrated at Watches and Wonders.
As Geneva prepares to close the doors of the largest watch event ever held online, it’s en route for China and part two of Watches and Wonders, in person. Starting tomorrow, 19 exhibiting brands will be at the West Bund Art Center for Watches and Wonders Shanghai, April 14-18, 2021, for what promise to be five exhilarating days, as much for the prestigious exhibitor line-up as for the multitude of activities and highlights on offer.