Reading Time: 3 minutes With the marked exception of one or two big dial names it’s probably fair to say that loyalty between watch brands and ambassadors is largely lacking – on either side, a better offer usually marks the end of a beautiful friendship. But before that happens there’s usually plenty of talk
Reading Time: 3 minutes Today, Oris celebrates its 119th birthday. With the occasion, the brand launched a 250-limited edition in the Aquis Collection inspired by the Oris community, the Hölstein Edition 2023. Rolf Studer, Oris Co-CEO, shares some words with the brand’s fans and collectors.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Long-distance travel begins with a watch on the wrist. The Overseas collection has been designed to reflect this spirit in which elegance is adorned with robustness, attention to detail underscores essentials and aesthetics adapt to every circumstance. True to these principles, the brand is introducing four new models in pink
Reading Time: 7 minutes The story of a FREAK The 2001 Ulysse Nardin Freak was an unlikely iconoclast. It also pioneered maverick technologies that now define 21st-century mechanical watchmaking. The Swiss watch revolution of the past 20 years has happened at an extraordinary pace. This has been a rich season of daring movement, material
Reading Time: 2 minutes One of the booths I visited at Inhorgenta 2023 was Oslery GmbH. The company raised my interest last year with its displays of Osmium metal and Osmium “infused” products. I was already in love with the look of this precious material from wristwatches like Czapek & Cie. Antarctique Frozen Star
Reading Time: 6 minutes Unique in terms of seniority, since its activity has continued uninterrupted since its founding in 1755, Vacheron Constantin also stands out for its longstanding complicity with women. The new Égérie Creative Edition watch is now writing a new chapter in this relationship. Combining the finesse of Burano lace which inspired
Reading Time: < 1 minute A. Lange & Söhne celebrated recently 25 years since it restarted its apprenticeship programs for young watchmaking talents. At the festivities, the in-house training centre was named after Walter Lange. I used this occasion to chat a bit with Anthony de Haas and talk about his horological journey, and his