Introducing: Fiona Kruger Moves From Skulls To Chaos With New Chaos Mechanical Entropy Watch

 |  June 28th, 2018

Known for her intricate and exceptional Skull-shaped watches, Fiona Kruger could be called the queen of the skulls. Her watches – in several sizes – attract attention from across any crowded room thanks to the colorful and detailed designs of the open-worked skull that reveals the movement within. Thanks to this collection, which has been evolving over the course of five years, many watch lovers equate skull watches with Fiona Kruger. However, today, she changes that by unveiling her second…

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Video: Hands On With the New H. Moser & Cie Swiss Alps Minute Repeater Tourbillon

 |  June 27th, 2018

Earlier this year, H. Moser & Cie unveiled a stunning new minute repeater timepiece in its distinctive cushion-cornered rectangular Swiss Alps watch case. The timepiece, the H. Moser & Cie Swiss Alps Minute Repeater Tourbillon, houses an all-new rectangular movement and is made strictly to order. The watch as seen here is crafted in 18-karat white gold. Buyers of the H. Moser & Cie Swiss Alps Minute Repeater Tourbillon (Ref. 5901-0200) can select the dial colors that are lasered onto…

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Up Close With The Speake-Marin Vertical Double Tourbillon Openworked

 |  June 26th, 2018

Properly executed, very few horological pieces capture both the artistry and technological prowess of a haute horology Manufacture quite the way an openworked piece does. Being able to craft a highly technical piece of machinery and being able to conceal the inner workings to make the piece largely transparent is a wonder and a joy to see in person. The newest Speake-Marin Bi-tourbillon watch unveiled at SIHH 2018 in a new interpretation of its Magister Vertical Double Tourbillon) captures the…

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In Stores: Oris Carl Brashear Chronograph Limited Edition

 |  June 25th, 2018

Initially announced in Basel and available in stores now  is  Oris’  second limited edition bronze watch, the . The watch is a tribute to  a real American hero, US Naval Master Diver Carl Brashear. Similar to the first watch, which was a time only piece, the Oris Carl Brashear Chronograph Limited Edition has its roots in the Oris Divers Sixty-Five and is cast in bronze. Bronze watches have picked up in popularity over the past several years. The reasons for the…

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Don’t Miss Your Chance To Be A Queen: Marie Antoinette’s Jewels Up For Auction By Sotheby’s

 |  June 24th, 2018

We don’t typically write about jewelry here, but we know that we have women readers, as well as men, and this article has so much substance, that we couldn’t resist. For the first time ever, jewels owned by Queen Marie Antoinette are up for auction … and for the lucky buyer that could make you a queen in your own rights.    Please note, that this article by ATimelyPerspective founder Roberta Naas originally appeared on her Perfect Timing column on Forbes.com.…

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First Review: Frederique Constant Ladies Automatic Collection, Launched With Gwyneth Paltrow

 |  June 22nd, 2018

 Last night in London, Frederique Constant introduced its all-new Ladies Automatic Collection with its global charity ambassador, actress Gwyneth Paltrow. There are several models in the new series, and for each watch sold, Frederique Constant is donating $50 to Paltrow’s charity of choice: DonorsChoose.org (which supports education and sports for underprivileged children). Frederique Constant has been working with Paltrow and donating to charities for two years now. The ultra-feminine Ladies Automatic collection is new to the market, but for the…

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Porsche Design Unveils 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition Watch

 |  June 20th, 2018

Honoring the 70th anniversary of Porsche sports cars, Porsche Design, the design studio established by Ferdinand A. Porsche, unveils the new Porsche Design 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition. The newest timepiece is a special edition to the brand’s 1948 collection, which marks the year that the Porsche 356 made its debut. That car was  the predecessor of the famed Porsche 911. The newest watch combines design elements and characteristics of the vintage car’s dashboard with contemporary interpretation.  The 1919 Datetimer…

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