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Jack Heuer Chronograph

Jack Heuer at the Monaco Grand Prix circuit with race driver Ronnie Peterson in 1969 Whilst it’s likely we are all familiar with TAG Heuer, there is one name in particular…
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South Lane Watches

The subject of watches is a complex one – the right colour, size and style for a particular event, look or outfit. The options are endless, and subsequently can be…
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88 Rue Du Rhone

Introducing the Swiss watch brand 88 Rue Du Rhone, launched in 2012 by the Bernheim brothers, Elie and Pierre who are the grandsons of Swiss watchmaker Raymond Weil. Their aim is…
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SIHH Geneva

The Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) in Geneva is the biggest event in the watchmaking calendar, and serves as a platform for the world’s most prestigious brands to…
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The Montblanc Worldsecond

Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in the Alps shares its name with a renowned manufacturer of writing instruments and amongst other skill-sets, watch manufacturing. Montblanc’s reputation for carefully crafted writing instruments…
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Tag Heuer Monaco 24

In the world of Swiss watches, it’s quietly assumed that there is a distinct line drawn between the luxury aesthetics of fine, heritage pieces, and the chunky, all-purpose flare of…
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The best of Jacket Required

This July saw the a welcome return to Jacket Required – the London based trade show demonstrating the very best of brands in menswear. Amongst the midst of journalists, bloggers…