Haute Horology’s Avant-Garde Side at Salon QP from Hautlence – HLRQ03

When we talk unusual, avant-garde watchmaking , Hautlence is in the top of the list.  Now, with the Salon QP watch exhibition happening in London, this brand is showcasing its timepieces and allowing folks to get up close and personal with the HLRQ 03 – which is now hitting the markets. This watch was first…

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Time as a Luxury for the Home: Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos Clocks

We know your home is already beautiful, but for those looking to give it a real edge, consider the role of time in your house.  While a clock is not a necessary item in today’s digital world, it really is a functional piece of art and décor – especially when selected wisely. One of the…

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One of the Best-Kept Secrets in Paris: Breguet Museum

Right in the heart of Paris is one of the best-kept secrets for watch lovers to explore: the Breguet Museum. Not intended to be a secret, the museum occupies the second floor of the brand’s flagship boutique in Place Vendome – and houses approximately 70 of the brand’s most illustrious historical pieces. It also lays…

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Forbes Gallery Salutes America’s Best Jewelers

By Nancy Pier Sindt A sparkling exhibit of one-of-a-kind jewelry is poised to dazzle the eye at The Forbes Galleries, New York. The show includes dozens of original pieces created by some of America’s top jewelry designers. The recently opened show will be on display for several months- so jewelry and art lovers visiting New…

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A Moment in Time with Jean-Marc Pontroue, CEO of Roger Dubuis

Yesterday at one of New York’s top restaurants, La Grenouille, we had the pleasure of meeting with Jean-Marc Pontroue, CEO of Roger Dubuis international, along with Gianfranco D’Attis, President of Roger Dubuis North America t. We also got up close and personal with some of the newest watches, got a sneak peek at the upcoming SIHH…

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Pere Lachaise Cemetery Walk – Perfect for Halloween

If you are in Paris, it’s a great day to wander the historic walkways of the famed Pere Lachaise Cemetery. If you are not in Paris, we’ll take you on a little journey back in time.  Many notables are buried in this cemetery – and – if they paid for eternal resting space – you…

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