When you say Richard Mille, every watch connoisseur knows that you are talking about some of the most advanced, if not the advanced, mechanical sports watches in the world. Pushing the boundaries of watches that can take a beating, yet often still feature delicate complications such as flying tourbillon’s, has become a way of life for Richard Mille. However, this is not the full story. The beauty of the watch is equally important, and also for this Mille has a keen eye. READ MORE
How do you redefine a collection, keep it relevant, and yet safeguard its identity? Jaquet Droz may well have the answer with the new Grande Seconde additions in black and white ceramic. READ MORE
When it comes to explaining Hublot’s “Art of Fusion,” there is almost no better example than “Magic Gold.” Hublot is the first and only watch brand that has created the impossible: scratch-resistant 18K gold. READ MORE
Blue has always been the color of the Seamaster, but with the latest addition to the collection, Omega takes this color to a new height. While it is the most obvious, it is not the only thing that sets this new Planet Ocean apart, because Omega loaded it with their latest innovations. 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?
In the world of watches, colors make a difference. Even a little touch of color can change the whole look of a watch, and in the case of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Chronograph Ceramic, elevate it to a different level. How does Jaeger-LeCoultre do this? By simply adding a touch of rose gold! READ MORE