Hublot And Chris Aire Settle Important ‘Red Gold’ Lawsuit Out Of Court

 |  October 17th, 2018

For years now, there has been an on-going lawsuit in America wherein designer and jeweler Chris Aire of Chris Aire Jewelry & Watches, owned by Solid 21, has been suing brands for loosely using the term red gold — which he had trademarked and registered 16 years ago in 2002. Just last week one of the biggest cases — between Aire and Hublot — was settled out of court in what is most likely a victory for Aire.  In 2004,…

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Actor Ryan Gosling Wears Omega Speedmaster in ‘First Man’ Movie Hitting Big Screens Today

 |  October 12th, 2018

In theaters today: First Man, starring Ryan Gosling and the Omega Speedmaster. Today, Universal Pictures First Man movie makes its debut on big screens across America. On the wrist of actor Ryan Gosling — who plays astronaut Neil Armstrong —  sits an Omega Speedmaster watch. Not just as a movie prop but  because in real life  it was Omega that had a starring role as the only watch qualified for all manned space missions by NASA.  In this movie, four different Omega…

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H. Moser & Cie Unveils Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept Watch With Vantablack Dial Or Fume Blue

 |  October 10th, 2018

Inspired by the Earth’s natural satellite, the moon, H. Moser & Cie pays homage to our lunar neighbor by releasing the Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept. The piece is one of the most accurate moon phases to hit the market with only  one day’s deviation every 1027 years — a testament to the manufacturer’s technical prowess. Even more important, though, is the fact that this watch features one of the blackest black dials in the world thanks to its use of  Vantablack…

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Introducing The Hermes Slim d’Hermes Les Zebres de Tanzanie Watches

 |  October 8th, 2018

Hermes regularly surprises and delights us with the magic it works for its artistic watches. Time and again we have witnessed this brand’s incredible prowess with wood marquetry, stone marquetry, enamel work and more. Now, however, the brand takes us to all new heights with the alluring  Hermes Slim d’Hermes “Les Zebres de Tanzanie” watch — made using leather marquetry and champleve enamel painting. The dial motif, like many of the Hermes animal dials, are inspired by the collection of…

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Don’t Miss WatchTime New York 2018 Open-To-The-Public Watch Event

 |  October 4th, 2018

Later this month, on October 26 and 27th, WatchTime New York returns to Gotham Hall in New York City. The event is action packed, watch packed and informative … not to mention fun.  Each year, hundreds of watch collectors and enthusiasts from around the world converge on Gotham Hall for WatchTime New York — – now in its fourth year. The show, open to the public, is  presented by WatchTime Magazine and luxury lifestyle platform WatchAnish. Ticket holders get hands-on access to the latest…

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F. P. Journe Records Sonnerie Souveraine To Offer Exceptional Binaural Sound

 |  October 3rd, 2018

Calling it a horological world premiere, F. P. Journe unveils the  binaural sound of his spectacular Sonnerie Souveraine — just months after announcing he would stop making the Sonnerie Souveraine —  recorded in a special sound chamber of the EPFL (one of Switzerland’s two federal polytechnics schools) using  “artificial ears with microphones.” All four walls and floor of the anechoic chamber are covered with a material that allows for optimal sound absorption. The timepiece’s sound was recorded as a  way…

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Will The Relaunched, Affordable Ikepod Watches Work?

 |  October 1st, 2018

Swiss watch brand IKEPOD is back, but it has an all-new direction than it did nearly 25 years ago when it first launched in 1994. That new direction: Affordable watches. For those who most likely won’t remember, but have heard of and maybe even collected, Ikepod was a brand designed originally by Marc Newson in collaboration with Oliver Ike. The pod-like designs were an immediate hit and, despite prices in the thousands and tens of thousands, sold like hot cakes…

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