Steel and gold used in a single watch: some people love it, others cannot stand it. Some think it is the perfect combination of a casual look dressed up with gold, while others only see a watch in limbo. But no matter READ MORE
BY Roberta Naas
The sky has enthralled man since the dawn of time. From the starts to the moon and sun, it is a never-ending source of mystery and inspiration. Some watch brands have found a way, though, to bring the sky to the wrist, unveiling watches with rare meteorite dials on them. Here we bring you seven fine examples of celestial beauty.
The new Deep Black collection from Omega represents the pinnacle of a long line of divers’ watches that began in 1948.
By Roberta Naas
This fall promises to be one of the most exciting seasons on the auction calendar, especially at Phillips. Some of the rarest and most coveted watches in history are touring the world now for previews before going up for auction in Geneva in November. The Phillips Geneva Watch Auction: Four (taking place November 12 and 13), will include an incredible 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 Last week, we brought you the news about the incredible precision timing of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games by Omega, which has been the Official Timekeeper of the Olympics for years. Now, we talk with Omega CEO and President Raynald Aeschlimann about what it takes to stay on top of timing the world’s largest sports gathering. READ MORE