Generation wise: An interview with Jean-Claude Biver
How an old-school watch industry doyen is planning for the youthquake of the future
50 years ago, the Omega Calibre 321 landed on the moon. Now the famous movement is coming back.
One of the world's most buzzworthy movements regains its speed.
Patek Philippe, partners in time
A master marketer and technical genius making sophisticated mobile devices, the founders of Patek Philippe were the Jobs and Wozniak of their day.
Your Dive Watch Operates Just Like a Submarine
Here's how it works.
The 6 Most Coveted Watches of 2018 (Including a Rolex That Has Already Doubled in Price)
And a watch that sold out in just two hours — thanks to Instagram.
Here’s why stone watch dials can add several thousands of dollars to the price tag of your watch
Their beauty comes naturally, but the process to create them doesn't come easily.
Defying (its own) tradition, Zenith unveils a new black ceramic timepiece
The new design heralds a new direction for the brand's pillar Defy Collection.
Your supercar and watch now have more in common than you ever imagined
Watchmakers like Richard Mille, Hublot, and Roger Dubuis are taking design cues from McLaren and Lamborghini.
H Moser & Cie produces a tourbillon that goes wherever you go
The Pioneer Tourbillon is sporty and elegant, stylish and practical
IWC is flying high with a big update to its pilot’s watch collection for 2019
The brand is rolling out new Spitfire and Top Gun lines and a high-complication for its Le Petit Prince timepiece.
How surfing legend Kelly Slater is bringing sustainable fashion to watches
The pro-surfer is riding high with a slew of new projects beyond his surfing career.
Hublot questions the material world
The avant-garde watchmaker is cut from a different cloth