Channel your inner earth goddess with precious jewels inspired by flowers and nature.
“I enjoyed studying the anatomy and applying it through surgery in these complex areas that required great dexterity. At the same time, for the past 20 years, I have always been fascinated by the field of sleep medicine. The field of sleep physiology and sleep medicine may be daunting for some, but truly interesting and attractive to me. Merging the love of ENT and the fascination of sleep medicine, the upper airway for sleep surgery/snoring/sleep apnea is the perfect combination.”
“I want what I do to make a positive difference in people’s lives. I feel that being a medical doctor would be the most direct way to help others and make a real improvement in the quality of their lives. More so in the field of ophthalmology, where improvements in sight can be appreciated very immediately.”
“I’m not a great mathematician and my contribution is small, but what makes maths special is that the mathematical discoveries we make do not expire. Pythagoras’ theorem is no less true today than it was when it was discovered. The contributions made by mathematicians, big and small, all contribute to this huge construction of ideas that we call maths.”
“Architecture is a constant practice. It requires patient thinking and re-thinking, designing and re-designing, making and re-making, and each time you go back to re-consider it, you get that little bit better at it.”
“The craft of advocacy starts with being a good listener, rather than a good speaker… it is honed by an understanding of human emotions and motivations, and a sound logical mind.”
In conjunction with a new exhibition tracing IWC’s design evolution over the past 151 years, we highlight some of the Swiss watchmaker’s most iconic watch families and standout models.
The latest IWC Portofino line sweetens the game for women’s watches by bucking the big watch trend.
The German watchmaker commemorates its 25-year anniversary with no less than 10 stunning limited edition designs.