The latest edition of Baselworld confirmed the obvious: two-tone is dead! Where generally at least a few brand carry the steel-gold variety, now there were no prominent watches offered in this combination. The exception to this rule is, however, Rolex, who introduced the Sky-Dweller not only in steel but also in steel-gold. READ MORE
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?
If there is one place to scope out new trends in watches, it is Baselworld! Sometimes you see a specific complication emerge with different brands at the same time. At other times cases or movement designs seem to follow a similar trend. This year there were surprisingly many watches with a blue dial! READ MORE
For what is perhaps the most recognized luxury brand in the world, Rolex latest offerings at Baselworld have been nothing but modest, and with that their line-up of new models in might have been the strongest in recent years. READ MORE
Some watches are so rare that you are forgiven for not even being aware that they exist. Like this Rolex Milgauss reference 6541. READ MORE
If there is one watch connected to the most powerful man on earth, it is the Rolex Day-Date, also known under its nickname: President. Dwight D. Eisenhower, but there is more to the history of this iconic watch! READ MORE