If you’re a connoisseur of haute watchmaking, chances are you also appreciate the exceptional talent that goes into the creation of haute jewelery. READ MORE
By Roberta Naas Rolex was almost as ubiquitous as the vintage cars that lit up the California landscape last week at the Monterey Classic Car Week. Read about the events of the week and Rolex’s role. READ MORE
By Roberta Naas Rio 2016, the XXXI Olympic Games, proved to be intensely satisfying (and dissatisfying in some ways) for America. American athletes claimed the highest number of medals – 121 — including 46 Gold, 37 Silver and 38 Bronze. Women won 27 of those 46 Golds. Some of the winners of this year’s Gold medals were also from other countries around the world. Here we bring you a look at four winning athletes who are also watch brand ambassadors. READ MORE
By Roberta Naas Haute Time’s co-founder and famed NBA player Carmelo Anthony was a leading member of Team USA men’s basketball, which took the win in Rio. The men’s basketball team took home its third consecutive Olympic gold medal.
By Roberta Naas This year, the watch world recognized the diverse dimensions of its audiences. Not everyone wants a black, white, gray or blue watch – some like their time with an explosion of color—even at the highest end of the spectrum. Perhaps more than ever before, brands in all price realms are complying – offering red, yellow, pink, blue, purple, orange, lime green and other color watch straps and dials. This explosion of color, however, READ MORE
Just days before UFC champion Conor McGregor faces off against rival and professional smack talker Nate Diaz, Haute Time landed an exclusive interview with the Irish native to find out what makes him tick. READ MORE
Roger Dubuis Gets Ready for Middle East Celebration with The Velvet by Massaro and The Excalibur Automatic Skeleton Timepieces READ MORE
By Roberta Naas Just a couple of days ago, we got word that Major League Base baller Giancarlo Stanton would not be able to finish out the season with the Miami Marlins due to injury. It is a devastating loss for the Marlins, as MLB’s hardest hitter has to become a sitter instead of a player. The right fielder is also a TAG Heuer brand ambassador and epitomizes the brand’s “Don’t Crack Under Pressure” campaign. Cool, calm and seemingly easy going, the 26-year-old Stanton packs so much power in his swing that he not only breaks bats, but also breaks records. In an exclusive interview he shares his thoughts on time, commitment, baseball and injuries. READ MORE