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Watches / 4 July 2019
This year, Rolex unveiled a new take on the GMT- Master II “Pepsi” watch, which, while keeping its bi-colour bezel, sports an Oyster bracelet, is in white gold and shows off a dial featuring meteorite.
“I came across these beautiful clocks and pocket watches while sourcing for jewellery stock for my store. I love them as they remind me of a simpler time,” says Brenda Kang, the owner of Revival Vintage Jewels & Objects.
After spending almost a century perpetuating the exploration legacy of its founder, Rolex has launched a campaign titled Perpetual Planet.
In a world that thrives on the concept of instant gratification, what then happens to patience and time-honoured practices?
A timepiece that looks like it’s scooped right out of a candy jar, unwrapping to reveal a new vision of watchmaking.
A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.
The updates are in the details.
Watch brands from all over the industry gather at the two most important watch exhibitions in a year — SIHH and Baselworld. Here are our top 16 picks from the crop.
There’s a lot of pressure when one’s life as a public figure is under constant watch, and it often goes unnoticed behind the glamorous lifestyle that’s put out there.
Friends of TAG Heuer, Sonia Chew and Rosalyn Lee, muse on what it means to be fearless and feminine in this day and age.
This year, Swarovski’s venture into the horological department pushes the boundary of jewellery-making to imbue timepieces with a touch of shimmering splendour.
On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, prices for the Omega Speedmaster take off.
Philippe Delhotal, the creative director of Hermès Horloger has created Galop d’Hermès, a range of women’s timepieces.
A moment in a second lasts a lifetime. Watch how Chanel celebrates its latest J12 timepiece with 10 incredible muses from various cultures and backgrounds.
Montblanc's 1858 collection welcomes a brand new complication that pays tribute to Minerva's rich heritage.
Swiss-Indian watchmaker Maximilian Büsser invents his own playground where his sculptural, logic-defying watches are his toys.
Richard Mille’s new collection is horology’s technical prowess tamed by sweet, saccharin imagination.
French jeweller Chaumet’s take on a modern timepiece is a platform to showcase its exquisite jewellery craftsmanship, as well as a decisive move to define its horological icon.
Bell & Ross continues to walk the line where watchmaking and fashion meet: the new BR 03-92 MA-1 pilot watch, mirroring a ’50s bomber jacket, gets a dose of American military-style cachet.
Known for his sophisticated furniture and now a sculptural new watch for Hermès, the California native shares images from a month on the road.
From Chanel with its reinvention of the J12 to Zenith’s tribute to its world record-breaking movement, revisit the watchmaking highlights of 2019’s Baselworld.
The high-end watch market is a strong investment vehicle for wealthy people.
Exactly twenty years after it was first introduced, Chanel’s symbolic ceramic wristwatch is renewed.
Nostalgic yet present, Montblanc’s limited edition Monogram Heritage Pulsograph takes its cues from ’40s doctor wristwatches and comes with an on-the-pulse salmon pink dial.
A definitive round-up of the best pieces and trends, straight from the 28th edition of Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva.
In commemorating its 150- year history, Swiss luxury watchmaker IWC Schaffhausen has opened its doors to its latest Manufakturzentrum — designed partly by its multi-hyphenate CEO.
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