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Geneva Watch Days marches on with dates announced for 2022

Geneva Watch Days was launched as a stop gap show, squeezed into the summer of 2020 when the pandemic in Europe appeared to have abated, but has become a surprise hit thanks to its people-focused format.

Four fresh monobrand boutiques to open alongside Rolex and TAG Heuer...

Lunn's the Jeweller invests millions to bring Omega, Breitling, Gucci Watches & Jewellery and Montblanc to prestigious Queen's Arcade.

Peers Hardy creates affordable and fashionable smartwatches for every taste

Peers Hardy, best known for bringing blockbuster fashion brands like ICE-Watch and Daniel Wellington to the UK, is looking for another trend to blow up, this time for affordable and trend-led smartwatches.

Fossil premiers limited edition Batman watches

Fossil has launched a limited edition gift set with a watch and several straps in classic DC comic book packaging.

WATCHPRO ORIGINALS: Meccaniche Veloci embarks on UK distribution agreement with The...

Cesare Cerrito, CEO at Meccaniche Veloci, unveiled that his brand has signed a distribution agreement with The Devoy Group in the UK as it delves further into the British market.

Christie’s aims for record $15 million for this week’s online watch...

Red hot Rolex, Patek Philippe, F. P. Journe and Richard Mille dominate in week-long sale.

TAG Heuer’s green-dialled Monaco sells out within hours

Limited edition of 500 pieces in emerald green looks likely to become another watch selling for over retail when when they hit the secondary market.

Winsor Bishop makes space for Rolex Salon at its refurbished Norwich...

The refurbishment is designed to cement the store’s reputation as a destination jeweller for luxury Swiss watches for the whole of East Anglia.

Lock down costs The Watches of Switzerland Group almost £13 million...

Store closures trimmed potential sales by around £76 million, but group says it is well capitalised and optimistic about recovery.

Watch brands will cut all but the most exceptional retail partners...

Audemars Piguet chief executive François-Henry Bennahmias says that watch brands will cut retail partners out of their future plans unless they can prove their value.