One of the coolest editions of the Rado True Square to date with this collab piece by Formafantasma, an award-winning Italian-Dutch design duo.
Two major firsts debut with the 2021 Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18k: the first Tudor watch with a case crafted from solid 18ct yellow gold combined with a so-called open case back.
The appeal of the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Tourbillon comes from its fantastic combination of a sporty case and bracelet design, placed over a microscopic world of mechanical perfection.
A more compact, 41-millimetre case diameter shows a new, albeit deeply likeable face of the IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph.
Rolex has mastered the art of watch dial manufacturing in-house, as examplified by the new meteorite dial option for the 18ct gold variations of the Rolex Daytona.
At its proprietary Chêne-Bourg facility, every aspect of gem-setting is practiced at the highest level by Rolex: the new Lady-Datejust for 2021 is the latest high jewellery timepiece of the Crown to enforce this fact.
The Rolex Explorer II received nuanced, yet all-encompassing updates for 2021, including updates to the case and bracelet proportions, as well as a new-generation movement.
On the outside, the new OMEGA Seamaster 300 stays true to its origins, while on the inside its OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8912 caliber is at the cutting edge of modern watchmaking innovation.
High energy design, impressive craftsmanship and an iconic name: the TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph is a seamless blend of the Porsche and TAG Heuer universes.
Like its leather goods, Hermès timepieces have their own supple and distinctive feel. Daring or discreet, elegant or playful: the versatile design of the Hermès Nantucket allows it to perfectly adapt to a great many moods and attires.