After the partnership with McLaren F1, which produced the RM 50-03 last year, Richard Mille is now presenting the first timepiece developed in collaboration with McLaren Automotive, the RM 11-03 McLaren Automatic Flyback Chronograph.
To celebrate 10 years since the inauguration of its exclusive Boutique in Tokyo's Ginza district, A. Lange & Söhne created a 20-piece limited edition of the Lange 1 Daymatic.
In 2018, Hamilton is launching the Khaki Field Mechanical 38 mm, a new edition sporting a bold design true to the original 1969 "Hack" watch, one of Hamilton's last officially commissioned military watches. The “Hack” nickname came from the ability to stop the seconds hand in order to sync the watch with a reference time.
In a continued demonstration of exceptional watchmaking skills, Bulgari presented a new outstanding creation, a piece of art where haute joaillerie and haute horlogerie meet.
We continue our presentation of the various models — all characterized by white or blue lacquered dials — that are part of the Jubilee Collection introduced, earlier this year at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie 2018, by IWC to celebrate the important milestone of 150 years of history of the brand.
First launched by MB&F in 2015 in red gold and platinum editions, and then in two white gold editions, the Legacy Machine Perpetual is now also available in a titanium case: a limited edition of 50 pieces with an eye-catching dial in a vivid green colour which has become typical of the MB&F timepieces in titanium.
At SIHH 2018 Audemars Piguet presented a limited edition of its iconic Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin — for collectors and watch enthusiasts, the renowned reference 15202 — where satin-finished titanium case and bracelet are combined to polished 950 platinum bezel and links.
On occasion of the International Geneva Motor Show, TAG Heuer and Aston Martin announced the partnership between the two luxury brands. TAG Heuer has also been appointed Official Partner for Aston Martin Racing, marking the watch brand big comeback to the World Endurance Championship.
Made from palladium, a rare and light platinum-group metal, the new Slim d’Hermès GMT offers one of the most appreciated complications by today’s globetrotter.
In 2017, Jaquet Droz integrated a moon phase complication into one of its most emblematic models, the Grande Seconde. In doing it, one of the main challenges for the watchmakers of the brand was preserving the key elements of the dial and, in particular, the purity of the two interlaced dials which form a figure eight, the symbol of completion and plenitude. The integration was perfectly executed and three model versions were initially presented: in steel with silvery opaline dial, in steel with black onyx dial, and in red-gold with ivory enamel dial. This year, a fourth exclusive variation will debut at the upcoming Baselworld show (March 22-27): the Grande Seconde Moon Black Enamel.
Recently presented by Omega, the new De Ville Trésor delivers a classic design with a modern edge and a touch of diamonds. The result is an exquisitely feminine timepiece — offered in a diverse range of materials and colours — which will be at ease whether with a causal outfit or with an evening dress.