Jaeger-LeCoultre and Marc Newson Unveil $28,000 Atmos 568 Clock

 |  October 13th, 2016

For eight years, Jaeger-LeCoultre and famed commercial and architectural designer Marc Newson have worked together on multiple collaborations revolving around the famed Atmos watch – the clock that “lives on air.” Now the duo announces the newest fruit of their combined labor: Atmos 568 Marc Newson. The new and unique rendition may well be the most impressive embodiment of both “brands” to date. With a decidedly Newson spirit, the new design is startlingly open and pure when it comes to a contemporary appeal. However, it also has an incredible blend of heritage and technical virtuosity that emanate from Jaeger-LeCoultre, and also from the material that forms the outer crystal globe: Baccarat. Now, before I launch into a close up look…

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PGA Tour Golfer Jim Furyk Talks Ryder Cup Favorite Watches (Video)

 |  October 2nd, 2016

With the Ryder Cup in its final stages today, it seems a fitting time to take a look at some of the finest golfers out there. Crown & Caliber, on line retailer of certified pre-owned watches, has created a video interview with American golfer (PGA Tour) Jim Furyk — who talks about his favorite watch. Furyk holds the record for the lowest score in PGA Tour history with a 58, which he shot during the final round of the 2016 Travelers Championship. You may be surprised by which timepiece is his favorite.Check out the short video below.

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Interview: Photographer Steve McCurry Talks About the Challenges of Capturing Vacheron Constantin Overseas Locations

 |  September 23rd, 2016

Recently, we announced the second set of six locations that famed photographer Steve McCurry shot for the Vacheron Constantin Overseas adventure. You can see some of those amazing images here. We also had the chance to talk with McCurry about the challenges he faced when selecting and shooting the locations.  Q: What was the biggest challenge you had in this project? SMC: “The entire project was a challenge, because it was all about human ingenuity and human architecture. As we went through the possible locations, I looked for how people were trying to solve problems with design – such as how to get water from the deep wells of India, or how to heard sheep across vast lands. So the…

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Interview: Miami Marlins Right Fielder, Giancarlo Stanton, and TAG Heuer Brand Ambassador

 |  September 7th, 2016

Recently, I joined TAG Heuer on a trip to Miami for a host of events. Not only did I get to join the brand in its celebration of 100 Years of Innovation (with its involvement in auto racing and with the anniversary of the Carrera), but also I got to take in a Miami Marlins baseball game in the enclosed stadium and I got to spend some quality time talking with Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton. A TAG Heuer brand ambassador, Stanton’s reputation is varied. He has been called “injury prone,” as well as being called a modern day “superman.” In fact, Stanton does seem to be accident- or injury prone. It was recently announced that the Marlins lead…

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Interview: Usain “Lightning” Bolt, Hublot Brand Ambassador, Makes History at Rio 2016

 |  August 15th, 2016

Last night in Rio, Usain “Lightning” Bolt made history as he won the Gold in the 100M men’s run — making him the first athlete in history to win the Gold for the 100M in three successive Olympic Games. While he didn’t break any of his own personal  records, he is still known as the fastest person in the world. We had the chance to talk with Bolt before he went to Rio, and the 29-year-old  Jamaican sprinter who is also a Hublot brand ambassador said all he was looking for was to retain his title at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. The soft-spoken 6’5″ runner has a genuine love of life–  indicative of his laid-back Jamaican upbringing. “We Jamaicans are not too stressed about…

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