"For centuries, the rare artistry of the watch world has been dedicated to men’s watches," says Cristina Thévenaz, CEO of DeLaneau, as she
Horology stretches back five generations in Jean-François Ruchonnet’s family, but the young watchmaker approaches the trade from a thoroug
Jérôme de Witt’s admiration for Abraham-Louis Breguet is rather personal.
"I love the magic of dials, as they are the face of the watch," explains Thierry Oulevay, who in just three years has established Jean Dun
By dropping two timepieces from the top of the Eiffel Tower in 1956, Wyler Genève demonstrated a commitment to durability that even a skyd
One can hardly blame François-Paul Journe for exhibiting a subtle look of self-satisfaction.
"My philosophy, as a jeweler and as a watchmaker, is always to try to do things that have not been done before," says de Grisogono founder
The jeweler Harry Winston once said that if he could, he would set diamonds directly onto a woman’s skin.
"We are not as boring as you think," says Chopard co-president Caroline Gruosi Scheufele, who designs and oversees production of the compa
Piaget may be the one Geneva watch company whose ties to the city’s watchmaking traditions run too deep for its own good.