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Brother and sister Dominic and Melanie Wakefield have transformed their showroom with a £1.4 million refurbishment built around prestige brands from Rolex and Fope to Tudor and its own fine jewellery collections.
Meistersinger is giving an outer space-eye-view of our rock in its latest watch, the Planet Earth, created to support the World Wide Fund for Nature, one of the world’s leading nature conservation organizations.
Allemano’s story began in 1856 when its founder Giuseppe Allemano launched into the business of steam powered road rollers. The company moved into producing tools for measuring and regulating temperature and pressure tools at the turn of the century, which provide the inspiration for a new precision watch line.
Tamara Lohan MBE, co-founder of the boutique hotel travel specialist, joins a star chamber of executives at CHRONEXT as the company gears up to a public listing later this year.
Entries close for nominations to this year's WATCHPRO Awards on Friday, September 17.
Participants will gather at the Oris Boutique on South Molton Street (near Bond Street Station) on Sunday, September 19, at 10am.
Inspiration4, the world’s first all-civilian human space mission, made history last night as SpaceX’s Falcon 9 lifted off from historic Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. 
The Splined Hub brings around six E Type Jags back to their former glory every year and will be demonstrating the beauty of its creations at WATCHPRO Salon in November.
Could profit taking and panic cause prices to crash? Not a chance, argues WATCHPRO editor Rob Corder.
Bianchet says it took three years to develop its first watch, but within a year it was competing at the GPHG Awards.