Expert analysis regarding the fine craft, technology and precision that go into the creation of the latest and greatest Women’s watches
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.
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.
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!
This featherweight sports watch powered by a highly accurate “thermocompensated” quartz movement with a stopwatch and date function to boot.
MB&F, short for Max Büsser & Friends, has become an absolute rock star of the fine watch collecting world through its unapologetic designs.
Geneva, the spiritual home of fine watchmaking according to many, once again saw major and smaller watch brands gather — for the first time in 2020.
The early 1910s saw Cartier produce the first Santos pieces — over a century later its inspired design lives on as one of the best options among more elegant luxury watches.
In its most exuberant variation the Patek Philippe Twenty~4 shines with 3,238 diamonds, all individually set by hand.
The Pasha de Cartier, a true Cartier classic, is characterised by its own trademark design elements and superb legibility, with the addition of cool Cartier features to enhance wearability.