One of modern watchmaking’s favourite colours distinguishes the latest pieces from a company synonymous with traditional values.
No shouty elements or crowded faces here.
Changing up the material and patterns for a fresh new look.
A number of milestones come with these new watches.
Get the lowdown on who's likely to make the cut in the watch industry's most anticipated contest.
It might be a while before ultra-slim watches actually come close to being paper-thin, but their forms are certainly slender enough to fit into slight spaces - while retaining a presence that can fill a room.
This year, watch companies will have to meet stricter requirements to label their watches “Swiss Made”. Here’s what it means and how much it matters.
Indicators that continuously trace an arc before jumping back to the start give these timepieces a dynamic edge.