Here are some of the key trends that look set to dominate the watch industry this year.
I’ve spent the last full week staring at watches. Small watches, big watches, watches with no hands, watches with all the hands, watches that are more like a horological trust…
Great watches needn’t be expensive – and these prove it.
If you don’t know precisely what to look for, they’re all but impossible to spot.
In case you didn’t have your ear to the hallowed ground of watchmaking, this month saw the annual Salon International de Haute Horlogerie.
A musical creation by Ryan Leslie, Friend of the Brand, in the wake of his partnership with Parmigiani Fleurier.
Depending on how much you love the woman in your life (that’s right, money = love), here are three watches that will make up for that awful gift you gave her last Christmas.
It’s easy to look down your nose at “fashion” watches, but these couture houses know what makes them tick.
It’s all about how your first watch makes you feel.
The brand is moving back to the areas that it once occupied.
So, you want to invest in watches do you?
Because it makes a hell of a lot more of a difference than you might think.
Designed for warfare, these rugged timepieces will withstand anything you can throw at them.
A deep dive into some of the most serious submarine watches around.
Like a good classic car, a decent watch should never break down – provided you treat it right of course.
Rose gold has long since beaten out yellow gold as the precious metal of choice for nearly every watchmaker out there. Here’s why.
A chance to see more of your desired timepiece, in one sitting.
We’re talking hundreds of thousands of pounds.
In formal situations – or any situation past about 6 o’clock really – gold watches are the only real way to go.
An elaboration of ‘Made in Germany’ quality, and a diversification for the legend of the camera world.