The latest and most noteworthy timepieces from Europe’s most renowned watch brands and manufacturers.
With the new OMEGA Seamaster Aqua Terra Tokyo 2020, the Swiss brand is once again striving for gold. Presented by none other than 28-time medallist Michael Phelps.
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.
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.
Presented at LVMH Watch Week, the Bulgari Octo Roma Carillon Tourbillon is a confident statement in the world of luxury watches.
Like nature that inspired it, the design and construction of the Bulgari Serpenti Spiga is full of uniqueness and immense complexity. Its bracelet is crafted from 40 different pieces from 40 different moulds – just like in nature: no two are alike.
The trademark smiling flowers design of Takashi Murakami is featured right at the very centre of the Hublot Classic Fusion Takashi Murakami All Black.