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.
When you opt for a watch with a chronograph, there is a lot to choose. Within all these choices the Masterpiece Skeleton Chronograph by Maurice Lacroix takes a very clear standing, they put the chronograph complication on center-stage. READ MORE
Few brands have such a strong division in their collection as TAG-Heuer. It is a company that is very future focused, yet because they have always been like this, also has an impressive past. With the new Autavia they connect these two world: vintage on the outside, modern on the inside. READ MORE
When it comes to diver watches, many follow the same design principles. Few take the creative route and create a diver that you can still carry to the depths of the ocean, but looks unlike any other. We take a closer look at four of them that do. READ MORE
What is the continuing appeal of pirates and privateers? Their sense of freedom or their adventurous life? Whatever it is, it has long ago also infected the world of Haute Horlogerie, and now Skull and Bones-watches form their own niche. New member to this elite group of watches is the X-TREM-1 StingHD by Christophe Claret. READ MORE
De Bethune watches don’t seem to come out of Switzerland, but straight out of space! Their high-tech designs present traditional Swiss watchmaking in such a progressive shape that you get groundbreaking watches. This applies especially to the DB28 “Kind of Blue” Tourbillon. READ MORE
Is there such a thing as an understated Greubel Forsey? They don’t have something that you even remotely consider to be “entry-level” in any way, shape or form, for the mere fact that they don’t make concessions to any part of their vision. The great thing is that they also don’t need to because they are Greubel Forsey. READ MORE