A fresh, bold statement in a time where watches are shrinking.
A Patek Philippe is a watch that connects generations. Not only has it been the pride of the Stern family for almost a century, the brand also upholds values – both in watchmaking and in life – that can and should be handed down for years to come. We discover what passing values down to the next generation means to these eight families. (A Cortina Watch & Patek Philippe Special.)
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