Meet The Five New Hermes Arceau L’Heure De La Lune Watches For 2020

Hermes Arceau L'Heure de la Lune

Last year at SIHH, Hermes unveiled its all-new complicated Arceau L’Heure De La Lune watch — a revolutionary new timepiece that was years in the making. Now, the brand expands the collection, adding five impressive new versions, including a few limited editions. The new 36-piece limited edition versions include one with a black Sahara meteorite…

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A Close Look At the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Tourbillon Chronograph

Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Tourbillon Chronograph

 Classically elegant and exceptionally technical, the complex watches from Vacheron Constantin are often coveted masterpieces made in very limited numbers. The newest Traditionnelle Tourbillon Chronograph – unveiled on the Watchesandwonders.com digital platform (which was launched when the Watches & Wonders Geneva show would have taken place)— is no exception. The all0new Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Tourbillon Chronograph houses…

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What Bremont’s New MBII Configurator Can Do For You

Bremont Configurator MBII

  The configurator.  One of the first brands to offer this concept was Armin Strom — and that was several years ago. Initially, some buyers were reluctant to go on line and decide on the options they wanted in their newest watch, but that has begun to change. As such, a few more brands are…

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Oris x Momotaro: An Interview With Katsu Manabe

Oris x Momotaro

Are you a watch lover? A jeans lover? A lover of hand craftsmanship? All of these things come together in the newest Oris x Momotaro special edition watch.  “Every pair of Momotaro Jeans is made from denim weaved on vintage shuttle looms in the company’s factories. Details are sewn by hand to ensure quality and…

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Ulysse Nardin Sponsors Blue Shark Study

Ulysse Nardin Diver

Recently, Ulysse Nardin  announced its support of a program designed to study the ecosystem of blue sharks in the Atlantic ocean. The blue shark is an endangered species and by studying its habits and environment in a non-invasive manner, scientists  hope to acquire knowledge that can help save the species. Ulysse Nardin is sponsoring a study…

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Baselworld Cancels January 2021 Exhibition: The Story Behind The Breakdown

baselworld news

It’s no secret that Baselworld has been struggling. Let’s face it, the show started witnessing an exhibitor exodus as early as three or four years ago. Now, in light of its struggle with exhibitors and visitors, the organizers of the show, MCH Group, announce that the January 2021 exhibition is canceled. This comes as no surprise.…

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