It is hard not to love Geneva in the late summer with a light breeze along the lake and barely a cloud in the sky. It was an uplifting backdrop to an enjoyable few days at Geneva Watch Days.
A pop up Breitling store in Manhattan shows a more feminine side to the brand and its association with the West Coast surf culture.
Watches may have been getting smaller in recent years, but we still love these XXL timepieces.
"Waiting list watch specialist" Eddie Bloom argues the current sky high prices for unicorn watches is here to stay because they can be loved and enjoyed as they hold or increase their value.
Aglaé Ventures' participation in a €100 million funding round announced today is a sure sign that the luxury world has crossed the Rubicon when it comes to ecommerce and the potential of Chrono24 in what CEO Tim Stracke once told me would be a "winner takes all" market.
Project Xenia promises to take concepts from the luxury hospitality industry and apply them to luxury watch and jewellery retail.
History is littered with industrialists, banks, airlines, technology companies, car makers, media giants and myriad others where the best days are behind the biggest companies. Let's hope Swiss watchmakers do not make the same mistakes.
Retailers face an operational and emotional nightmare as flippers target them for watches with instant six-figure profits.
There is something poetic about Watches of Switzerland announcing today that it is planning to expand into the European Union in a month when the English football team has beaten every nation in continental Europe and has only to overcome Italy on Sunday to win the European Championship.
Bob's Watches CEO Paul Altieri investigates the relative strengths of Rolex's iconic Submariner and GMT Master watches.