In a 2-in-1 format, Rolex and the first Tudor Watch store in the U.S. opens in the Meatpacking District.
The brand’s watch and jewelry collections will be developed, manufactured and distributed by Swiss company WorldTime Watches & Jewelry.
Tag Heuer CEO Frédéric Arnault spoke to WWD about the label’s collaboration Super Mario watch.
Services on Mr Porter include the possibility of trading in used timepieces for credit.
Tourneau’s 2018 acquisition strategy by Bucherer is beginning to take shape, including a name change.
Vacheron Constantin is opening a 4,500-square-foot flagship on 57th Street in New York.
The Swiss watchmaker is opening a temporary café with Art Deco references in Shanghai to mark the Reverso timepiece.
French watch start-up Reservoir is seeking to take space in multibrand watch stores as large labels focus on own-store networks.
Watches and Wonders Geneva will take place on March 30 to April 5.
The tourbillon with three flying bridges watch sets the historical house design between clear, sapphire glass panes.
An anonymous bidder was the victor at the weekend sale, organized by Phillips.
On April 8, Kelly Yoch will discuss novelties from the fair with her longtime client Bethenny Frankel.