In our ongoing one-on-one series with our industry’s leading figures, we sat down with François-Henry Bennahmias, CEO of Audemars Piguet. READ MORE
Fans worldwide. Which means the haute horlogerie brands that make it onto the grid each season have a seat in the spotlight, especially in 2014, with what is turning out to be one of the most exciting championships in years. READ MORE
While the eyes of the world were focused on the intense matches and grand celebrations of the 2014 World Cup matches, Hublot was quietly bringing soccer to Brazil’s most impoverished. The manufacture, which was the Official Timekeeper of the Brazil World Cup, honored the spirit of “The Beautiful Game” by opening a new soccer field in the heart of the Jacarezinho favela in Rio de Janeiro.
Hublot worked hand-in-hand with Brazil’s Department of Social Assistance and Human Rights to refurbish a rundown field in Jacarezinho, which is one of the densest favelas in Rio de Janeiro. READ MORE
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Founded in 1910 in Strada del Portello, Milan, Alfa Romeo has been one of the most prestigious manufacturers of automobiles for over 100 years. The Disco Volante, a two-litre class sports prototype originally developed in 1952, is a beautiful testament to the company’s tradition of excellence. The 2015 version of the Disco Volante, based on an Alfa Romeo 4C Spider, was produced in collaboration with Milan-based coachbuilder Touring. The Italians appreciate sexy cars more than most, and the Disco Volante definitely lives up to its heritage, with a beautifully curvaceous—yet still very powerful-looking—design. READ MORE
Ushering in a whole new generation of prancing Horse 12-cylinders, the resplendent F12berlinetta is the most powerful road-legal Ferrari currently on the market. Boasting a top speed of over 340 km/h (211 mph), this sumptuous saloon can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 3.1 seconds. READ MORE