Worn & Wound’s ‘Wind-Up’ Show 2017 Comes to NY This Week

 |  October 16th, 2017

Love watches? Planning  to be in New York City? Don’t miss the third annual Wind-Up Show, 2017, by Worn & Wound — open free to the public. Held at Chelsea Market and beginning on October 27, Wind-Up will have a host of special promotions and activations, as well as on-site sales by most watch brands exhibiting. Focusing on value-driven timepieces from independent watch brands around the world,  Worn & Wound’s Wind-Up show is a three-day watch culture event of brands…

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MMT – A Swiss Joint Venture Finally Develops A Watch That Is Smart (with Frederique Constant and Alpina)

 |  March 2nd, 2015

When you think watches, you think something that can stand up to the test of time. A personal item with an emotional attachment you can pass down from generation to generation. And when you think technology you think something that is ever-changing. An item made to be obsolete, to be replaced just months later. It seems a technologically advanced watch is counterintuitive, contradictory. Making a smartwatch is almost an oxymoron.  How can you have a timepiece rooted in tradition, beauty,…

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Holiday Shopping for Affordable Watches: Mondaine Watches Unveils Helvetica Collection

 |  December 15th, 2014

By Ryan Walsh Easily one of the most recognizable watch dials in the world, Mondaine watches are styled after the classic railway clocks found all over Switzerland. In fact more than 3,000 original clocks still grace Swiss train stations. ( It was in 1944 that Hans Hilfiker (engineer, designer and employee of the Federal Swiss Railways) created an easily readable clock that fast became the Official Swiss Railways Clock.) The iconic look has been the blueprint for Mondaine’s watches since…

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