Delving into the diverse world of timepieces and the fascinating relationship between humans and time, we look for stories and manifestations of traditional craftsmanship imbued with modern technology.
The A. Lange & Söhne Tourbograph Perpetual Honeygold has a name full of enticing words, which rings well among experienced watch collectors.
The Cartier Privé Tank Asymétrique is a mark of true design genius: unadulterated or heavily modified, it continues to shine. Privé stands for some of the most exclusive and special timepieces offered by the maison of Cartier.
After 61 years, the Rolex Submariner shows a marked change in its size. The definitive dive watch that became 40mm wide in 1959 has officially grown to 41mm in 2020 — which is in line with Rolex’s famously meticulous, considered and slow-paced design changes.
Designed to support an active lifestyle, yet crafted from precious materials: the Yacht-Master 42 combines a fascinating selection of materials.
The rather odd-named Chronomètre FB 2RE is the second major release by the modern incarnation of Ferdinand Berthoud.
The Hublot Big Bang Chronograph Millennial Pink is a watch that already in its very name targets a new audience: Millennials.
The Girard-Perregaux Laureato is a lesser-known, but no less historic participant of the so-called luxury steel sports watch world than any other.
The Hermès Arceau Squelette is the perfect timepiece to be worn to the office, to formal events and through the weekend. Never overstated, nor insignificant. Just right.
The OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M Nekton Edition is a materialisation of OMEGA’s commitment to the open seas, this time through Nekton.
As the Northern hemisphere turns into the heartwarming colours of autumn, new and highly anticipated timepieces see the light of day from some of the most famous and desirable names of the industry. Here is our top selection — with many more novelties to come before the end of the year!