Ulysse Nardin’s new watch has nothing to hide
The Executive Tourbillon Free Wheel is designed with parts of the movement floating above the dial.
TAG Heuer launches a limited-edition Autavia for Australia
Long-time local partner Watches of Switzerland is acknowledged with a TAG Heuer Autavia special edition
5 watch brands that are making the world a better place
Here are the Swiss manufactures dedicated to giving back.
Hublot Unveils Exclusive Timepiece for the Island of Capri
The limited-edition watch celebrates the summer island that's now home to a Hublot shop.
Sylvester Stallone and Richard Mille unveil the ultimate survivalist’s watch
The RM 25-01 comes with a tourbillon, a mountable compass, a level, and a cache of water purification tablets.
Audemars Piguet Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the Royal Oak Offshore in New Ultra-Limited...
The two new timepieces, in stainless steel and 18-karat pink gold, are limited to just 50 pieces each.
Silver Lining: Watchmakers take on a muted tone for 2018
Functional, stylish, and versatile—gray was the color of choice for watch dials this year.
Ferdinand Berthoud’s new regulator mimics the wunderkind watchmaking of its 18th-Century founder
The boutique watchmaker has made painstaking modifications in its latest FB 1R-6 timepiece.
A rare selection of vintage Vacheron Constantin timepieces arrives in New York
The watchmaking maison taps into its own vintage market with a unique selection now available at its Madison Avenue boutique.
Fairfax & Roberts celebrates its 160th year by returning to its watchmaking roots
And they're starting with a fascinating new coming to the Australian watch scene.
Tiny timekeeping: Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrates the Caliber 101
The Lilliputian movement, the smallest manual-wound in watchmaking, makes a rare appearance in two new jewellery watches.
MB&F enters the pre-owned watch business
The independent Swiss watchmaker is the latest to capitalise on the secondary market.