The beauties of 2021: all our best watchmaking picks for the year, straddling luxury and eco-friendliness, in search of new horizons of style.
One of the most popular collections of the high-end Saxon watch maker is the Seventies: much-loved for its retro squared-off look and stunning proportions, it’s here that retro-chic elegance bonds with top-shelf watch making.
Tudor’s rich history as a supplier to the Marine Nationale, the French Navy, has just opened its latest chapter with the Pelagos FXD, a capable timepiece built to impress commando teams and watch lovers alike.
Hublot proves once again why they are the masters in the Art of Fusion: this new Big Bang Unico Berluti Aluminio chronograph, which was created in collaboration with the Parisian Maison of the same name, combines metal and leather in an unexpected mix of materials and shades of grey.
The marriage between the world’s most famous secret agent, played in “No Time to Die” by Daniel Craig, and OMEGA now seems stainless – but you won’t find steel in this new version of the OMEGA Seamaster.
Four new editions give one of the classics of underwater watchmaking – the TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional – even more depth. A magnificent black DLC edition and a limited edition that faithfully reproduces the original from 1978 are part of the addition, both with an unparalleled fit thanks to an innovative micro-adjustment system.
The artists behind collaborative Thukral and Tagra, Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra are expanding the scope of art’s possibilities through ‘Social Design’, work across all mediums offering serious socio-political critiques.
With these two new timepieces from the Rado True Square series, Rado opens the doors to a world of magical suggestions balanced between tradition and dream in the hi-tech ceramic frame of the cases and bracelets.
The Maison Cartier announces several new editions for the next September, from the most important such as the Tank Louis, to the more accessible, like the new Tank Must versions, including one offering an innovative solar-winding mechanism, and eco-friendly straps.
In a long-awaited collaboration, French avant-garde watchmakers Alain Silberstein and Philippe Lebru have introduced the limited-edition Kontwaz Bauhaus 2, presented by visionary watch brand MB&F, an imaginative fusion of Alain’s bold Bauhaus-inspired design and Philippe’s award-winning pendulum movement. We spoke with the pair about the exciting piece, their collaborative process, and their thoughts on the current state of watchmaking.