Reading Time: 5 minutes Berlin today, London tomorrow, New York the day after – businesspersons, globetrotters and pilots have long been travelling back and forth between different time zones. By displaying two time zones, GMT watches fulfil the needs […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes In 2020, Breguet adorns the dial of its Extra-Thin Self-Winding Tourbillon 5367 with a touch of deep blue, by using the traditional grand feu enamel technique. There are a limited number of artisans still capable […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes In 1953, Breitling launched its Ref. 765 AVI, a pilot’s watch (AVI stood for “aviation”) known as the “Co-Pilot”. It had a particularly bold look with a rotating bezel and oversized Arabic numerals, and its […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Yesterday, 17th February 2020, IWC Schaffhausen organised in Berlin a new edition of “Laureus Sport for Good” Awards Gala. In a festive ambience, Christoph Grainger-Herr, CEO IWC Schaffhausen presented and welcomed the Laureus Academy Members. […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Elegance of form, nobility of material, perfection of finish. De Bethune presents the DB25 Starry Varius in a particularly refined version: in 5N rose gold. The DB25 interpreted in a soft and warm precious metal, […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Crown Chronograph, Japan’s first wristwatch with a stopwatch function, was developed in 1964 for the first international sports event held in Japan. Presage, which has inherited Seiko’s watchmaking tradition, will release a limited-edition model, […]
Reading Time: 10 minutes When the Bentley Mulsanne ends production in late April, passing the position of Bentley flagship to the all-new Flying Spur, a decade as the pinnacle luxury sedan in the world will draw to a close.