Weekend Sojourn: TAG Heuer Donates to Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts and other Charities in NYC with Cameron Diaz, Leonardo DiCaprio at Museum of Natural History

Last night, we spent several hours at New York’s Museum of Natural History at an elegant charity event hosted by TAG Heuer. Initially, I was adverse to going to this event, as I felt that with all the hurricane clean-up to be done, it wasn’t necessarily the right time for a party. I was wrong…

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Time Capsules: Product — 6 Strikingly Complex Timepieces

In an unusual move, today we bring you a rare inside look at some very complex and beautiful watches via an article written by Atimely Perpsective founder, Roberta Naas, and appearing this month in a host of Niche Media publications. This one is from Gotham Magazine:  Complicated watches are the epitome of masterful watch building and…

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Time Capsules: Product –Longines Releases New Ladies Diamond Conquest Watches

Longines has unveiled its newest Ladies Diamond Conquest models that combine diamonds with the strength of ceramic in black and white. The beauty of the line lies in the balance between performance and elegance. Each watch is crafted in steel and accented with ceramic on the bezel and bracelet, and each is set with 54…

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Time Capsules: Product – Hautlence Unveils Avant-Garde Watch Line

  A brand we really love here is the technologically innovative Hautlence. We’ve written about it many times before, and about its concepteur and developer,  Guillaume Tetu.   The brand is all about invention and sophistication, and is known for its creative approach to displaying the time. Now, this Neuchatel watch brand rises to a new,…

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Off the Cuff: Omega Speedmaster Chronograph Keeps Time During Hurricane Sandy

The Omega Speedmaster chronograph was created in 1957 and has always been regarded as a high-precision sturdy, reliable watch. In 1969, it made history as the first watch to be worn on the moon. This week, it was the watch I relied on during hurricane Sandy, the subsequent power outage for six days and the…

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