Three Top Timepieces from Bovet 1822 that will Steal Your Heart (including the Bovet Recital 18 Shooting Star)

This January, BOVET1822 once again wowed us with the brand’s technical and aesthetic prowess.  Three incredible new watches were unveiled to the world, and we are at a loss as to designate which is the most prized, as each is worthy of the collector’s full attention. The incredibly complicated Bovet Recital 18 Shooting Star Tourbillon GMT  portrays…

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Cartier Unveils All-New Drive de Cartier Collection at SIHH 2016 (prices)

By Samantha Walsh This January at the annual SIHH, Cartier unveiled a completely new line, the Drive de Cartier– designed for those who appreciates cars and have a penchant for style and freedom. This marks the second consecutive year that Cartier has launched an all-new collection (in2015, the brand launched Cle’ de Cartier). In a signature cushion-shaped case…

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Blancpain and Laurent Bellesta Launch Gombessa III Expedition to Antarctica

BY Samantha Walsh Recently, Blancpain and photographer Laurent Bellesta began the third Gombessa expedition — this time in Antarctica — and in association with film director Luc Jaquet and his Wild-Touch Expeditions.  This pioneering exploratory, diving, and photographic mission is part of a wider project initiated by Academy Award winning director Luc Jacquet to explore the…

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Fast Focus: Frederique Constant Unveils new Classics Index GMT Watches

  By Samantha Walsh Just in time for the holidays, Frederique Constant adds four new GMT watches to its iconic Classics Index collection.   In keeping with the traditional Classics Index characteristics, the dials of the new GMT are simple and elegant with applied indexes and Roman numerals. Each watch features the hours, minutes, seconds and…

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Skull Duggery: Introducing the Edelberg To Be or Not To Be Writing Instrument

By Samantha Walsh With a mission to create unique writing instruments for the world, Edelberg, the Swiss luxury pen and accessory manufacturer, unveils its sleek new creation. The pen, aptly named ‘To be or not to be’ draws inspiration from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, featuring an individually, hand-painted melting human skull. This symbolic design is meant to…

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Longines Unveils Conquest Jumping Watch that Tracks Equestrian Jumping Points and More

By Samantha Walsh Since the year 1878 when they first produced a chronograph engraved with a jockey and his mount, Swiss watch manufacture Longines has been heavily dedicated to equestrian sport. It was a little over a century ago when Logines first started timing show-jumping competitions. Since then, the brand has been associated with some…

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