From iW Magazine: A History of the Bulgari Serpenti

From iW Magazine: A History of the Bulgari Serpenti

May 10, 2016
The serpent is one of the oldest mythological symbols representing good and evil, wisdom, life and eternity, and it may be seen on everything from ancient religious artifacts to the caduceus, the symbol of modern medicine. Bulgari began producing snake-inspired bracelets in the late 1940s, and the design immediately took hold, laying the groundwork for the ensuing decadesí serpent-inspired watch...
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Saxony: A Home for German Exquisite Technology

Saxony: A Home for German Exquisite Technology

May 9, 2016
Celebrity photographer Pang Xiaowei at the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC) in Beijing Precision watchmaking at A. Lange & Söhne and the company's Saxon homeland are in the focus of an exhibition by celebrity photographer Pang Xiaowei at the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC) in Beijing. Featuring impressive black-and-white pictures, the photo project zooms in on artisanship as...
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Vacheron Constantin at London Craft Week

Vacheron Constantin at London Craft Week

May 6, 2016
Vacheron Constantin enameler at work. Julien Marchenoir from Founding Partner Vacheron Constantin, launched the second London Craft Week at the V&A Museum. Makers rubbed shoulders with leading experts, influencers, editors and directors from the art, design, culture, food, luxury, fashion, media and government sectors, whilst admiring exceptional works from London Craft Week's program. Live demonstrations from Vacheron Constantin's enameller and...
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Reverso by Christian Louboutin

Reverso by Christian Louboutin

May 5, 2016
To celebrate its 85th birthday in due style, the Reverso appears arrayed in festive garments. Christian Louboutin offers his inimitably rich and original take on this model, thereby revealing unexpected facets of its personality. Actress and social entrepreneur Elisa Sednaoui. Actress and social entrepreneur Elisa Sednaoui takes the lead role in the film Reverso by Christian Louboutin. The Jaeger-LeCoultre friend...
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Vacheron Constantin Introduces a New Steel Quai de l’Île

Vacheron Constantin Introduces a New Steel Quai de l’Île

May 2, 2016
The stainless steel Quai de l’Île. The Quai de l’Île collection, launched in 2008, welcomes a new stainless steel model, providing a contemporary expression of the proud Fine Watchmaking traditions upheld by the maison Vacheron Constantin. A spirit evidenced in a comfortably sized 41mm-diameter case mingling three iconic shapes from the aesthetic heritage of the manufacture, enhanced by a subtle...
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Celebrating Henrich Moser’s Legacy

Celebrating Henrich Moser’s Legacy

April 29, 2016
After construction was completed in 1866, the Moser Dam continued to operate for nearly a century. Heinrich Moser, founder of H. Moser & Cie., was not just an ingenious watchmaker, but also an astute businessman, tireless entrepreneur and a true industrial pioneer. On his return to Switzerland, he transformed the small, peaceful town of Schaffhausen into a cutting-edge industrial location,...
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