Form, function, style and crucially- the the way it makes you feel.
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A celebration of independent watchmakers from across Europe with more than 50 brands participating, predominantly smaller, independent houses.
Part of the ‘Dirty Dozen’ – a group of 12 watches worn by British soldiers during the war.
The Breguet Museum have announced the acquisition of a 1967 Type XX chronograph.
You’ll have heard about the record-breaking $17.8 million Rolex.
The most prestigious awards in watchmaking.
High-end watch customiser Bamford Watch Department (BWD) have released its own range of watches called the Bamford Mayfair.
To celebrate Jack Heuer’s 85th birthday, TAG Heuer are releasing a limited edition Autavia chronograph for 2017.
The Bugatti Chiron reborn in watch form.
In an homage to the Lightweight E-Type racers of 1963, Bremont have released their Jaguar MKII Chronograph.
Some of the most iconic designs in horological history have fallen under the auspices of aviation.
“A career move for the wrist” – German watchmakers NOMOS Glashütte have released their At Work series.
If you speak to any watch expert and mention the words ‘Parmigiani Fleurier’ – you’re instantly met with glowing praise.
Pre-owned luxury watches have been an excellent investment sector since the financial crisis and values continue to show growth year-on-year.
Updated both inside and out, OMEGA have released a wide number of Aqua Terra models for 2017.
Bamford Watch Department officially partners with TAG Heuer to offer customised versions of watches of the Swiss Brand.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the RAF, Bremont will release the 1918 Limited Edition watch.
A. Lange & Söhne has presented their new Richard Lange Jumping Seconds watch, a model with regulator design now in pink gold.
OMEGA’s Planet Ocean ‘Deep Black’ and ‘Big Blue’ watch collections represent the brand’s next step in the evolution of ceramic watchmaking.