The Movado Group's CMO Mary Leach.


Obituary: Movado Group CMO Mary Leach, 57

Leach worked at the Movado Group for more than two decades and pioneered some of the company’s biggest celebrity contracts.

clock March 1, 2021Misty White Sidell



Girard-Perregaux Strikes Up Partnership With Aston Martin

Exclusive timepieces from the tie-up between Girard-Perregaux and Aston Martin are in the works.

clock February 22, 2021Mimosa Spencer

Elie Saab watches


Elie Saab Launches Studded, Eye-Shaped Watches

Elie Saab is launching a line of timepieces as part of a strategy to expand beyond red carpet gowns.

clock February 11, 2021Mimosa Spencer

Hublot Classic Fusion Takashi Murakami All Black


Hublot Releases Classic Fusion Takashi Murakami All Black

Known for blurring the boundary between fine and commercial art, Murakami joins the brand’s lineup of collaborative contemporary artists.

clock February 11, 2021Luis Campuzano



Patek Philippe Unveils Three Women’s Timepieces

The three new women’s luxury Swiss timepieces debuted this week.

clock February 10, 2021Thomas Waller

Michel Loris-Melikoff


HourUniverse Plans Live Show This Summer in Basel

The new watches and jewelry trade show HourUniverse, drawn up by organizers of Baselworld, has plans for a gathering this summer.

clock February 10, 2021Mimosa Spencer

Watches & Wonders


Watches and Wonders Firms Up Geneva, Shanghai Events in April

Watches and Wonders Geneva will bring together Rolex, Chanel, Cartier, Bulgari, Ulysse Nardin, Hermès, Hublot and others in April.

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso


Assouline Publishes a Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Tome

The hardcover book traces the history of the watch and it’s evolution over the over the past nine decades.

clock January 27, 2021Thomas Waller



LVMH Leads Watch Week Presentations

Bulgari, Hublot and Zenith took to the screen to present novelties.

clock January 25, 2021Mimosa Spencer

Girard Perregaux Laureato


Girard-Perregaux Launches E-commerce Site

The Kering-owned label will sell a black and blue carbon glass Laureato Absolute Wired watch exclusively online for a month.

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Audemars Piguet in Atlanta.


Ginny Wright Named North America CEO for Audemars Piguet

The former beauty executive was most recently president of L’Oréal label Kiehl’s Since 1851.

clock January 15, 2021Mimosa Spencer

Cartier Bell Boys


Watch Brands Rush to Digital Channels

Watches & Wonders Geneva has emerged as the main industry trade show — which will be held entirely online.

clock January 7, 2021Mimosa Spencer

a Girard-Perregaux watch


Mechanical Watchmaking Joins Unesco Cultural Heritage List

“The practice conveys many values such as good workmanship, punctuality, perseverance, creativity, dexterity and patience,” Unesco said.

clock December 17, 2020Mimosa Spencer

Patrick Pruniaux of Girard-Perregaux


Patrick Pruniaux Sharpens Focus at Girard-Perregaux

With a refocused product assortment, fewer novelties and streamlined distribution, the historic watchmaker has distilled its messages.

clock November 23, 2020Mimosa Spencer

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Men’s Watch Trend: Bright Times

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