The site will feature the Tank Must with a photovoltaic movement and a non-leather strap made from apple scraps.
The watch features a skull with a jaw that drops open to reveal its message in Latin — “seize the day.”
A year of pandemic has highlighted the relevance of trade shows, noted Emmanuel Perrin, FHH president.
On April 8, Kelly Yoch will discuss novelties from the fair with her longtime client Bethenny Frankel.
While the latest and greatest in tech continues to infiltrate the world of timepieces, it hasn’t managed to sink the popularity of the classic dive watch. Much like the “go anywhere” attitude they exude, dive watches are clean and symmetrical, while offering a lot of functionality. This has watch manufacturers searching for the perfect blend […]
Chinese consumers are showing interest in both disruptive and historic watchmaking sides of Ulysse Nardin, says CEO Patrick Pruniaux.
The Reverso’s famously swiveling case was developed for polo players and patented 90 years ago.
Ladies timepieces with diamonds, sapphires and emeralds create jewelry like creations. Decidedly meant to be paired with evening dress, they will be statement makers as the world opens back up, and event dressing makes a splashy return.
Montblanc’s 1858 Geosphere watch in sandy colors evokes Reinhold Messner’s solo trek across the Gobi desert.
Bvlgari's Jean-Christophe Babin describes diversity and inclusion as an ethos embedded into the renowned brand.