Gucci Dives Into Sustainable Watches

The new Gucci Dive watches are made from bio-based materials.

  The House of Gucci has reinvented its Dive collection with the new series of four Gucci Dive watches made with bio-based materials and recycled steel. The four versions, each retailing for $1,850, are all water resistant to 200 meters and designed with sustainability and sports in mind. The 40mm watches boast a case and…

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Dior Turns Function Into Beautiful Form With New Grand Bal Inverse Rotor Watches

Dior Grand Bal Inverse Rotor watches

Move over men, this one is for women who love living in the lap of luxury. Of course, men can read along, too. After all, I don’t discriminate on beauty being open to everyone. With its magnificently gemset and jewelry-worked design, the new Dior Grand Bal watches are bound to catch the eye of many.…

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Louis Vuitton Unveils Tambour Twenty Watches For 20th Anniversary

Louis Vuitton Tambour Twenty i

Even though Louis Vuitton has roots dating back well over 100 years, the brand is relatively new when it comes to watchmaking. However, what is has created in its short watchmaking life has been particularly impressive. It was in 2002 that the iconic house of Louis Vuitton introduced its first Tambour watch. I remember how excited…

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A Closer Look At What Makes The $80,000 MB&F Legacy Machine Split Escapement EVO Watch Special

MB&F Legacy Machine Split Escapement EVO watch

Just last week at the Geneva Watch Days exhibit, Swiss independent brand MB&F unveiled a pretty impressive watch: the Legacy Machine Split Escapement EVO watch. Offered in two versions — both incredibly alluring, the $80,000 watch boasts two coveted innovations from the brand: the FlexRing shock-absorbing EVO case and the mind-boggling Split Escapement. As I…

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A Closer Look At The $445,000 Greubel Forsey Patented Hand-Wound GMT Balancier Convexe Watch

Greubel Forsey GMT Balancier Convexe

  Earlier this week at the Geneva Watch Days exhibit, Greubel Forsey — now obviously under the vigilant eye of CEO Antonio Calce, experienced industry  veteran — unveiled its latest patented wonder: the Greubel Forsey GMT Balancier Convexe. The watchmaking industry is more than 500 years old. Before that, we had water clocks, sun dials…

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