The Vacheron Constantin Égérie, which means muse in French, is a brilliant collection that’s designed by a woman for women, for it takes one to know another’s true heart’s desire.
Roman jewellery house Bvlgari ushers in a new decade of design innovation with latest incarnation of the iconic B.zero1
The Audemars Piguet CODE 11.59 collection: where sapphire glass is made to perform gymnastics.
While we all know about the first watch that landed on the moon with Buzz Aldrin, the actual timepiece that ventured into space proper is the Speedmaster Moonwatch with the iconic 321 movement worn by pioneer spacewalker Ed White. The year 2020 will see the revival of this beloved movement in the latest Speedy albeit with a new armour of steel.
Five new frolicsome creatures join the playful Lucky Animals collection at Van Cleef & Arpels.
Watchmaker Breguet draws attention to the need to conserve the ocean from polluting plastics by backing round-the-world odyssey and outreach programme, Race For Water. Their ambassadress, a cutting-edge catamaran powered by clean renewable energy, is currently in Asian waters, and is Tokyo-bound for the the Summer Olympics.
While it is a little sad that the upcoming Bond flick next year will see a swan song by Daniel Craig, the good news is that this Diver is forever with plenty of 007 details and 4 different watches to spy on.
Aside from tales about vengeful Cyclops and crushing of Trojans, another interesting story is that A. Lange & Söhne has been busy – metaphorically speaking – getting a six-pack and lifting iron for a Herculean-esque stainless steel build in its new Odysseus watch.
“Each time I think I have gone beyond normal limits and pushed boundaries, I look back and realise that even though things were difficult and scary, I did and got through them anyway. When we are in it, all we feel is the hardship. But when we walk out of it, we all emerge victorious.”