Living and breathing Haute Horlogerie for more than a decade, Martin Green's everyday life is infused with watches. A love for the history of watches is combined with an eclectic taste, while his studies at the Gemological Institute of America sparked a deeper understanding of diamond set watches. After writing for several international publications he joined Haute Time. Savoring the good life he divides his time between Europe and the US, always on the look out for the next story to write.
It seems that time makes us more appreciative of designs from the past. Maybe it is because we have seen them on multiple occasions, so we got more used to them, or maybe because they invoke a sentimental sense of yesteryear. A lot of watches that are introduced each year are based on, or inspired by, vintage models from the brand, and that is not a bad thing. READ MORE
Many ladies watches, even more so than men’s watches, are on the threshold of being watch or art. They combine their timekeeping function with intricate designs, gemstone settings, enamel painting, and in the case of the Lady 8 Flower: an automaton. READ MORE
“Gründlichkeit” is a German word that can be translated as thoroughness. It is also one of the first words that come to mind when you examine the new Glashütte Original Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar. READ MORE
We Will Rock You! When it isn’t the music, then it is the (life)style of the world’s most famous rockers that is grabbing headlines. Watches are an intricate part of this, as these three examples show. READ MORE
When it comes to explaining Hublot’s “Art of Fusion,” there is almost no better example than “Magic Gold.” Hublot is the first and only watch brand that has created the impossible: scratch-resistant 18K gold. READ MORE