In 2012 as the Swiss city of La Neuveville celebrated its 700 anniversary, RSW (Rama Swiss Watch) paid tribute to the brand’s home with the release of a collection aptly called La Neuveville.
The Patek Philippe Boutique located in the Tiffany & Co. flagship New York store is celebrating its fifth anniversary with the introduction of a men’s and a ladies’ wristwatch jointly developed by Patek Philippe and Tiffany & Co. The timepieces… Continue Reading
2012 marks the 10th anniversary of the Louis Vuitton Tambour collection. In fact, 10 years ago the Tambour marked LV’s entry into the world of watchmaking. As its name implies the Tambour, or “drum”, watch was originally inspired by the… Continue Reading
Vacheron Constantin has announced the new Patrimony Traditionnelle Self-Winding — in a 41mm case and using the legendary automatic ultra-thin Caliber 1120. The watch is classic and traditional, but at the same time its 41mm diameter lends it an undeniably contemporary… Continue Reading
Laurent Ferrier might be making some of the coolest, most understated, and yet overtly drool-worthy (if you’re a watch-nerd) watches on planet earth. The former head of development for that little company owned by the Sterns continually improves his offerings… Continue Reading
Named after the prestigious car competition covering the 1,000-mile (1,600 km) stretch from Brescia to Rome and back again, the Mille Miglia is acknowledged by connoisseurs as “la corsa più bella del mondo” (the most beautiful race in the world).
Worn on the wrist of 007 in every Bond film since Pierce Brosnan took the title role in Goldeneye (1995), Omega and more specifically the Seamaster has become an integral part of James Bond’s appearance replacing the Rolex Submariner as… Continue Reading
Back in 1991, if you wanted to time two concurrent events with the same chronograph, you needed a pair of column wheels and a lot of money. But the following year, a young watchmaker named Richard Habring devised a deceptively… Continue Reading
For $1.65 million you can be certain that the highly skeletonized Richard Mille RM056 split-seconds chrono-tourbillon delivers style, rarity, innovation and precision.