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Watches that trended in the early '80s are coming back strong, says a local dealer.
Beyond the archetypal functions of a timepiece, these watches are constructed to tell more than just the time.
Mvmt has become an industry player by targeting an audience long thought to be the lost generation when it comes to watches: millennials.
A watch that articulates the characters of Swiss watchmaker, Audemars Piguet and Italian jeweller Carolina Bucci.
Tell time and follow the moon's movements.
Not the artist, but a line of IWC timepieces that he inspired.
The photo-sharing app has helped spread watch obsession among the digital generation, turbocharging the vintage market in the process.
From Place Vendôme to Saint-Tropez, France’s most beautiful roads welcome the world’s most exotic cars and their women drivers.
37-year-old Swiss watchmaker, Hublot's latest female watch sees hand-woven linen fabric through its strap, frame, and dial.
IWC brought back its familiar round case of the most recognised Da Vinci iteration from the ’80s.
The Italian fashion house's first foray into men's watches.
The Czech model takes T on her love for watches – particularly IWC.
The brand's enigmatic appeal has attracted more women in the past decade.
The French luxury house has unveiled a dazzling new version of its seminal Tambour watch.
The English football star was chosen as an embodiment of the Swiss luxury watch house’s values.
The return of everything ’80s continues with the rebirth of Cartier’s timepiece icon of the era — Panthère de Cartier.
Richard Mille’s move toward the women’s market is well calculated.
A 19-year-old watch reinvented in all black.
In a year of global uncertainty for the industry, watchmakers unveiled an array of head-turning new pieces at the 2017 Baselworld watch fair, now in its 100th year.
Introduced at the Baselworld, the Slim d’Hermès L’heure Impatiente muses on the poetry of time with a dial that measures anticipation.
The venerable Roman maison is making impressive strides on the thin front with its men’s watch line.
A jewelled bouquet on the wrist doubles up as a time-teller.
A rose by any other name is still a rose.
Van Cleef & Arpel’s poetic watch considers real-time orbital periods, revealing an Earth-Jupiter opposition on 7 April.
The Parisian jeweller long associated with art deco elegance and money-is-no-object opulence, particularly for well-heeled women has become an unlikely darling of the young male watch-geek set.
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