For its latest endeavour, Bovet has collaborated with Rolls-Royce to manufacture a pair of unique and exquisite timepieces. In the world of luxury, coach-built Rolls-Royces have long been a hallmark of taste and prestige.
A trio of new watches from Breitling really winds the clock back to the 1940s – a period known for stellar watch designs – and creates a stunning new line-up for the brand. And it seems that our watch expert might be more than a bit smitten by them.
Watches and Wonders 2021 once again exhibited many stunning creations from the leading watchmakers in the world. We bring you a selection of our favourite timepieces from this year’s event.
The Royal Oak is arguably the most recognizable watch design in the world. So, how do you ‘re-innovate’ a design benchmark? That the Royal Oak collection from Audemars Piguet is a certified design legend has never been in doubt.
The latest partnership between the two legendary brands has produced a brand-new limited-edition timepiece, aimed at fans of both Porsche and Tag Heuer. We take a look at what makes the partnership and the timepiece special.
Owning a watch previously owned by a celebrity makes perfect sense to those who participate in the activity of collecting watches. If the celebrity is famous enough, not only you get a high-quality timepiece but also a brag-worthy history of its ownership, which is quite important for collectors.
The start of 2020 has thrown up some amazing time pieces that have really surprised us. In this issue, we take a look at a couple of beautifully elegant IWCs, as well as a piece full of retro cool and a piece with a masterful dial by Grand Seiko.
In this issue, we take a look at an independent watchmaker making waves in the conservative Swiss watch industry, as well as a couple of classic designs getting a new lease of life.
One of the most admired movements of all time – the El Primero automatic chronograph caliber – turned 50 this year. To commemorate this achievement, Zenith produced a faithful redesign of the landmark watch; and movement.
The Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) awards are among the most sought after design awards in the world of haute horology. With the contenders for the 2020 awards shortlisted, we pick five of the most striking designs of this year.