NEW CREATIONS & DEBUTS
In homage to the watchmaking tradition it has carried on for more than 185 years, Longines has chosen to revisit the historical pieces that helped solidify its international reach.
Adorned with its historic cluster motif, the House of Harry Winston is pleased to introduce the newest timepiece to its iconic Avenue Collection. By uniting two celebrated emblems, the Avenue CTM Mini Lily Cluster Pink perfectly embodies the enduring
Bell & Ross likes to break the mold and think outside the box. Since its inception, the brand has been launching concept watches that are now an integral part of its DNA.
The exceptional qualities that characterize Harry Winston have been embodied in a singular tourbillon watch. Histoire de Tourbillon 9—the latest from a long lineage of timepieces—casts a new light on fine watchmaking innovation.
Five years after unveiling the X-TREM-1 timepiece, Christophe Claret joins forces with StingHD in launching a daring mechanical “memento mori”, issued in an 8-piece limited edition.
In tribute to the culture of Mexico, Chopard introduces an exceptional new timepiece named the L.U.C Perpetual T Spirit of ‘La Santa Muerte’. Entirely hand-engraved by the artisans of Chopard Manufacture.
The second watch of the collaboration between two of the most iconic brands in motor racing was revealed with the global release of the TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre Heuer 01 Aston Martin Special Edition.
A minimalist tribute to astronomy and an ode to the poetry of the stars, these two latest variations on the Grande Heure Minute shine a new light on the Astrale collection by Jaquet Droz.
In honour of its rich history, Longines has drawn inspiration from a 1940’s watch model to create The Longines Heritage Military. True to the original lines of a timepiece designed for the British Royal Air Force
With the Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept model, H. Moser & Cie. pays remarkable homage to the lunar body. With two resolutely contemporary models, H. Moser & Cie. reinterprets the most poetic complication ever.
Swiss watchmaker Rado is continuing its design collaboration with renowned designers from around the world.
The story of the Maison BOVET officially began on May 1, 1822, but its destiny was set in motion by a major event four years earlier, in 1818.
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