Thursday, July 29, 2021



URWERK embarks on three-way NY collaboration launching latest release

The project has produced a bespoke timepiece that pays tribute to the experience of piloting the Space Shuttle Enterprise.

Corum circles movement with 360-degree view of Golden Bridge anniversary celebration

Corum has created the sapphire crystal as a single sapphire piece that extends from the top crystal to the sides of the watch – allowing for a 360-degree view inside.

TREND REPORT: Material science in modern watchmaking

In keeping with watchmaker’s traditionalist values, the materials used to create luxury timepieces have been kept within a relatively narrow spectrum of metals for hundreds of years.

William Wood straps original British fire hose to its Valiant Collection

William Wood’s Valiant Collection epitomises the work the brand does to pay homage to firefighters around the world.

Swiss watch manufacturer part of team-up to produce Triple Crossover Watch...

Quinting is reputed to be the only manufacturer in the world that uses a unique movement in sapphire to manufacture a watch which is also impossible to copy.

Richard Mille celebrates the return of Le Mans with fresh automatic

Marking its return in 2022, the following year will mark the centenary of the very first race on the Le Mans 24 Hours circuit.

Omega woos its watch fans with expanded timepiece-inspired sunglasses offering

This summer, the range has grown with 23 new styles for men and women, drawing on the brand’s famous timepiece designs for inspiration.

Berd Vay’e creates limited edition Galaxy watchmaker’s sculptured cubes

The latest creation, named Galaxy, is composed of a collection of miniature orb sculptures floating within a clear second exterior cube.

Laurent Ferrier’s latest CHF 50,000 limited edition can be instantly bought...

Only 10 pieces of the École Annual Calendar Navy watch are being made, so get to the brand's ecommerce site fast.

THE BIG INTERVIEW: Timex Group president and CEO Tobias Reiss-Schmidt

Tobias Reiss-Schmidt has steered Timex Group through one of the most tumultuous periods of the company’s 167-year history, not just keeping it off the rocks during the pandemic, but repositioning brands ranging from Guess and Ted Baker in the mass market fashion space up to Versace and Missoni’s Swiss-made luxury watches. Most important is the positioning of the Timex brand itself, which is adapting to a world where apathy to traditional watches and gadgets from Apple are transforming the landscape.