Thirty years after its debut, Piaget’s Polo collection has undergone another face-lift.
Travel watches should be, first and foremost, easy to use.
Vacheron Constantin recently displayed a selection of vintage watches made exclusively for the American market at its Geneva boutique (and
Corum recently tackled a tricky engineering challenge and, in the process, produced the Corum Ti-Bridge (
Watch-industry veteran Jean-Marie Schaller began selling timepieces under the Louis Moinet marque in 2003.
Diamond mogul Laurence Graff has unveiled his first full-fledged collection of timepieces inspired by none other than the di
Blancpain’s president and CEO Marc Hayek feels the need for speed.
With its high strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion-resistant properties, titanium has long been a popular metal for watc
Only a decade ago, it appeared that watchmakers skilled in the traditional arts of engraving and enameling would go the way of the dodo bi
Of the scores of concept watches introduced with great fanfare over the past few years, many have never actually functioned as advertised.
The DeWitt Minute Repeater Tourbillon GMT Antipode (www.dewitt.ch) com
Rather than dedicate itself to producing complicated technical movements that hide inside the case, watch newcomer Nubeo seeks to create h
If you have ever wanted to view one of the greatest watchmaking enigmas of all time, you will have your opportunity this month at the Breg
A few years ago, Patek Philippe resurrected its mod Nautilus for men to mark the 30th anniversary of the brand’s signature sport model.
The Grande Sonnerie—Jaeger-LeCoultre’s most sophisticated musical watch yet—will come with two additional timepieces and a sonic secur
The BRM R50-VT (www.brm-manufacture.com)—from the French watchm
The novel double-balance spring arrangement in Henry, a recently created watch from Swiss manufacturer H.
In the 1930s, Alfred Dunhill’s sleek lighters and cigarette cases and Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Reverso watches embodied the rectilinear moderne
"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
For the better part of a century, anyone wanting to visit Vacheron Constantin at its Geneva home would be directed to the boutique located
Patek Philippe is hardly the most approachable company in Switzerland.
Piaget may be the one Geneva watch company whose ties to the city’s watchmaking traditions run too deep for its own good.
"We are not as boring as you think," says Chopard co-president Caroline Gruosi Scheufele, who designs and oversees production of the compa
The jeweler Harry Winston once said that if he could, he would set diamonds directly onto a woman’s skin.
"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
One can hardly blame François-Paul Journe for exhibiting a subtle look of self-satisfaction.
By dropping two timepieces from the top of the Eiffel Tower in 1956, Wyler Genève demonstrated a commitment to durability that even a skyd
Jérôme de Witt’s admiration for Abraham-Louis Breguet is rather personal.