Bentley’s Mulliner workshop, located within the carmaker’s headquarters in the town of Crewe in the northwest of England, regularly fills
Despite Swiss watch design’s dizzying rate of evolution in recent years, much of mechanical watch technology has remained stagnant.
Rebellion is afoot in Switzerland.
The recent spate of high-tech-looking complicated watches would have seemed incomplete without a contribution from Jorg Hysek, watchmaking
“This watch,” asserts Zenith president Thierry Nataf, “shows our quality and capability to the world.” It is a familiar refrain for a Swis
Upon releasing its J12 tourbillon this year, Chanel unwittingly (and perhaps unfairly) became the industry poster child for the commodifica
They say it’s a man’s world, but lately one wonders.
For watch fetishists whose tastes run toward the bizarre, Harry Winston’s annual Opus projects never fail to arouse.
It is not easy to impress connoisseurs of complicated watches, but De Bethune has accomplished this feat in only a few years.
By the time Jaeger-LeCoultre unveiled its Gyrotourbillon ($310,000) last spring, at least three other makers already had developed multiax
A 250th anniversary is certainly an occasion worthy of a fuss, and Vacheron Constantin is marking the milestone with no shortage of festiv
Cristina Thévenaz knows what she wants and how to get it.
It is no secret that today’s prestige watchmaking business is a far cry from the charming cottage industry of yesteryear.
What does a woman want? Everything—quality, practicality, eye-catching design, even a little glitz—and preferably all at once.
The skeleton watch is a prime example of how fine Swiss mechanical watchmaking is driven more by an appreciation for art and craftsmanship