Kari Voutilainen studied for years at the finest watchmaking schools, including Tapiola near Helsinki, Finland, and WOSTEP in Neuchâtel, Swi
Watch connoisseurs who want to safeguard their collections more effectively might consider borrowing a trick from Mother Nature: camouflage.
When Harry Winston (www.harrywinston.com) recently opened its first London store
De Bethune’s latest watch models could be viewed as a bow to the modern, technical designs that now are in vogue among Swiss watchmakers.
While viewing the early renderings for Jean Dunand’s latest timepiece, Thierry Oulevay, the brand’s president, took note of the futuristic d
An interview with Nicola Bulgari cannot be contained to a q uestion-and-answer format.
Bulgari may be headquartered in Rome, but its watchmaking ambitions rival those of any Swiss brand.
Ulysse Nardin received an early, though not immediately apparent, head start in the watch industry’s recent technology race.
The minimalist Golden Bridge watch line from Corum (www.corum.ch) is exploring its extrava
As Audemars Piguet advances mechanical watchmaking, the Le Brassus manufacture quietly continues to practice its established métier