Group managing director describes how luxury watch brand sales are soaring outside of London.
Luxury North West jeweller heads to Switzerland to secure exclusives for its three boutiques.
Gilly Netherwood describes a year in which the top and bottom of the watch market headed in opposite directions.
WatchPro takes an irreverent look at what we learned from SIHH and a week in Geneva.
Over 50,000 pictures and videos were shared from a trade show at which there were 40 exhibitors.
Parmigiani's Tonda 1950, already the brand’s best seller, will be available in stainless steel for £7,950.
WatchPro could list dozens of brands that put blue dials at the centre of their collections.
There were signs of yellow gold making a comeback at SIHH, but rose/red/pink gold continues to shine.
Top end brands are leveraging their commercial partnerships to offer money-can't-buy experiences to customers.
Despite costing around $500 per tonne, the watch industry has made steel into a desirable luxury material.