Chopard: High-Octane Horology

Chopard: High-Octane Horology

March 11, 2015
Whether on the red carpet in Cannes or trackside in Monte Carlo, a thread of thoughtful elegance connects Chopard’s collections. The G.P.M.H Automatic features a 44.5mm titanium case. For 12 years, Chopard has been the official timekeeper of the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique (G.P.M.H.), a series of vintage car races held on the famed road course of Monte Carlo,...
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Bulgari: Let There Be Light

Bulgari: Let There Be Light

March 3, 2015
Bulgari celebrates 130 years of excellence with two watch collections destined to become classics in its ever-expanding repertoire of luxury timepieces. The Lvcea family features 12 different models.   Bulgari's newest ladies' watch collection, Lvcea, pays homage to humankind's earliest timekeeping instrument, the sundial. The name, borrowed from luce and lux, the Italian and Latin words for "light," respectively, is...
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Girard-Perregaux: Dreams in Motion

Girard-Perregaux: Dreams in Motion

February 25, 2015
Girard-Perregaux achieves what collectors around the world have long dreamed about, a bona fide constant force escapement. The award-winning Constant Escapement L.M. Since its recent acquisition by Kering, Girard-Perregaux has embarked on a campaign to refine its collection and raise awareness of its strong technical capabilities, while simultaneously pushing its watchmaking achievements higher. In just a short time, these measures...
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Hublot: Winning Personality

Hublot: Winning Personality

February 18, 2015
Hublot builds on its sporty appeal with a growing list of technical capabilities that includes making its own chronographs. Production of the King Power Special One is limited to 250 pieces. While club sports like tennis and golf have long been the preferred playgrounds of luxury watch sponsorships, Hublot has taken a much broader approach to endorsements, opting instead for...
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Now & Zenith

Now & Zenith

February 11, 2015
Zenith's El Primero movement is an icon of modern watchmaking history. Less well-known, but no less important, is the brand's past as a maker of timepieces for aviators and adventurers. El Primero 410 In just over a century, Louis Blèriot, Leon Morane and, more recently, Felix Baumgartner have all fulfilled their destinies and put their names in the history books...
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Spring Into Action

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Spring Into Action

February 4, 2015
From advanced movements to delicate diamond settings, Jaeger-LeCoultre practices every aspect of the watchmaking arts at its highest level. Master Grande Tradition Tourbillon Cylindrique ‡ Quantiëme Perpètuel Since the early 19th century, the Vallèe de Joux-based manufacture has been an epicenter of horological invention. With an extensive catalog of patents and calibers to its name, Jaeger-LeCoultre shows no signs of...
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