Diamond set watches are in a category of their own. While not everybody’s taste, the technical complexity of creating them is nothing short of fascinating. READ MORE
Brand: Richard Mille
When Audemars Piguet introduced the very first Royal Oak in 1972, it turned stainless steel into a noble material. Although not such an instant revolution as steel was, ceramic is becoming more and more the material of choice for high-end watches, but is it the new steel?
Ask Haute Time’s Director of Photography, Alex Teuscher, what he likes to do best, and you likely get as an answer ” do a proper shoot”. Unlike Baselworld or SIHH, where time is a rare commodity and equipment has to be unpacked and packed with each appointment, a proper shoot first of all means having time. Time to create something like these “Smokin’ Hot Watches”. 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
Watch cases crafted from carbon are here to stay, and for a good reason. Although not the easiest to craft, they are light and pleasant to wear. Here are four brands that really took this technology to the next level! READ MORE
This Throwback Thursday we go not as far back in time as we normally would. Instead, we take a closer look at an icon of more recent making, yet an icon it is. We are talking here about the Richard Mille RM 011. Introduced in 2007, it became not only one of the pillars of the brand, but also broke the mold of high-end sports watches. Now almost a decade in existence it is time to look back at some of the most memorable versions of this watch. READ MORE