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.
It must be painful to the other sex, but women have a far larger range of watches to choose from. While many men immediately look elsewhere when there is even a hint that a certain model might also be worn by the fairer sex, women do not have these issues. In fact, READ MORE
The tourbillon is still the undeniable king of the complications. It is often the one that envokes the most feverish reactions from watch collectors and connoisseurs alike. Part of its magic is its undeniable ability to captivate through its mesmerizing motion and the technical complexity to achieve this. These are some of the most recent watches with a tourbillon that were able to capture, and hold our attention! READ MORE
Christophe Claret is in many ways a renaissance man, and this is especially evident in watches like the Adagio. It combines practical complications with an exquisite movement and captures them both in a bold case with delicate details. READ MORE
Vintage inspired watches usually go back to the mid-1900’s. For many iconic watches, this was the time they were first brought to the market. That also goes for the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe, which was launched in 1956, three years after the original Fifty Fathoms. While this was an exciting time with beautiful designs, another era is also known for its unique, and often bold, creations: the 1970’s. READ MORE
The greatness of many Haute Horlogerie creations is often evident. Being objects of art, they are extrovert by nature. But some follow a different path. That of understated excellence. Watches that require the knowledge of a true connoisseur to be revealed for what they really are. Here are five watches that have that down to a T! READ MORE
With reference 5740G the Nautilus-collection was for the very first time in its existence joined by a perpetual calendar. It unites the sportive look of the famous Gerald Genta design with one of Patek Philippe’s prime complications, and to say that the result is beyond stunning is quite an understatement. READ MORE