Cartier Gives You the Moon

Cartier Gives You the Moon

April 11, 2017
The Drive de Cartier collection, created in 2016, is designed for the man who flaunts an independent mind and a keen sense for fashion. Looking effortlessly stylish as he saunters through life, whether dressed down in casual chic or spruced up in black tie, the Drive de Cartier man is dapper on every occasion. And his watch boasts just as...
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A Smaller Pilot Watch from Zenith

A Smaller Pilot Watch from Zenith

April 10, 2017
An imposing presence and an adventurous temperament: Zenith’s famous Pilot watch displays its vintage style on all wrists. In a new 40mm case made from aged steel, its attributes inherited from aviation’s pioneering days – a broad fluted crown, oversized luminescent numerals, a grained dial and an in-house ‘motor’ – make an ideal match with the retro shades of the...
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Laurent Ferrier’s Golden Sunburst

Laurent Ferrier’s Golden Sunburst

April 7, 2017
Hunter-type, cushion-type, tonneau-shaped: these words are part of the shared vocabulary of watchmaking, but the term Galet (pebble) is inextricably entwined with the world of Laurent Ferrier. Galet is the name of the brand's first collection, unveiled in 2010. Years later, polished by time and shaped by experience, the ‘pebble’ is reinterpreted as the Galet Square. Its evolution has been...
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Vacheron Constantin Unveils a New Malte Tourbillon

Vacheron Constantin Unveils a New Malte Tourbillon

April 6, 2017
Embodying a fascinating blend of aesthetic restraint and distinctive personality, the Malte collection by Vacheron Constantin interprets its iconic tonneau shape through a range of contemporary variations. This new tourbillon with a slate-colored dial radiates an imposing and distinguished presence within a curvaceous rose gold case. The charismatic tonneau (barrel) shape has consistently punctuated Vacheron Constantin’s creative heritage since 1912....
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Parmigiani Updates the Tonda Metrographe

Parmigiani Updates the Tonda Metrographe

April 4, 2017
What defines the modern man's day? Rhythmical and ordered, it revolves around efficiency and seemingly countless exchanges. Ready for any eventuality, he must be able to count on his timepiece, in terms of both function and design. Based on this premise, Parmigiani Fleurier has revisited one of the most iconic watches from the Tonda line. The new Métrographe now offers...
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Ulysse Nardin Launches the Marine Tourbillon

Ulysse Nardin Launches the Marine Tourbillon

April 3, 2017
The marine world has been an integral part of Ulysse Nardin’s history since 1846, when a young Ulysse Nardin created the first coveted marine deck chronometers. These precision navigational instruments, prized by mariners and navies the world over, were valued for their accuracy at a time when even few seconds’ difference could mean life or death, success or failure. These...
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