Haute watchmaker Bovet 1822, and Pininfarina – designers “per eccellenza” of airplanes, yachts, and more than 100 Ferrari cars to date – have joined forces again to create a new timepiece that is light and harmonious, transparent and powerful, with ten days of chronometric power reserve for a single barrel hand-wound movement with flying tourbillon. READ MORE
Launched at the beginning of this year at SIHH, the name of the new A. Lange & Söhne Richard Lange Jumping Seconds says it all. The watchmaker from Saxony added this latest model to a series developed by A. Lange & Söhne in 2006, wherein an integrated jumping mechanism facilitates the display of time in strict one-second intervals.
A purveyor of some of the world’s finest cuban cigars, Cohiba is collaborating with Zenith watches for a limited edition of the El Primero Chronograph 1969 that features a number of design aesthetics influenced by the prestigious cigar maker. READ MORE
For those who know MB&F (Max Busser and Friends), you know this is a company that is all about partnerships with the finest people in and out of the watch industry. That is why the newest launch, the Legacy Machine No. 1 Silberstein speaks volumes about the brand DNA. It is a collaboration with the well-known French designer, Alain Silberstein. READ MORE
The House of Jaquet Droz knows as much about traveling and the performing arts as it does about timekeeping. It was back in 1758 that Pierre Jaquet-Droz and his son Henri-Louis presented their clocks to the Spanish Royal Court, and in 1773 their humanoid automata, first in La-Chaux-de-Fonds and then to all the Royal Courts of Europe, capturing attention and admiration with creations noted as much for their beauty and charm as their exceptional mechanical qualities… READ MORE
Swiss luxury watchmaker Richard Mille and tennis champion Rafael Nadal have teamed up to present the RM 35-02 Rafael Nadal. Like its predecessors in the “Nadal” line, it represents a leap in technological achievement for the brand. READ MORE