Video Interview: Stephen Forsey of Greubel Forsey Talks Haute Horology With Roberta Naas

 |  November 23rd, 2018

There is no denying that Swiss brand Greubel Forsey is a real force in the industry. This is the brand that has consistently pushed the envelop of innovation since its inception just under 15 years ago. In fact, after four years of research and development, they unveiled their first Double Tourbillon 30 degrees in 2004. Formed by top watchmakers Stephen Forsey and Robert Greubel, this brand constantly unveils new timepieces that challenge not only technology, but also the watchmaking thought…

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Video Interview: Fiona Kruger Talks About Chaos

 |  November 20th, 2018

Recently at WatchTime New York, we had the opportunity to speak at length and on video with the wonderful Fiona Kruger. Not a watchmaker, but a designer who likes to do things differently, Scottish-born Kruger is perhaps best known for her incredible Skull watches. Recently, though, she introduced her second new collection, Chaos, and her first movement — made expressly for her by Agenhor. In this video interview, we discuss what Chaos means to her, how she developed the design…

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GPHG 2018: Complete List Of Winners, Including Jean-Claude Biver

 |  November 9th, 2018

Today in Geneva, the GPHG 2018 Awards took place. Here we bring you a look at the winners in every category of the event. “AIGUILLE D’OR” GRAND PRIX Bovet 1822 Récital 22 Grand Récital   LADIES’ WATCH PRIZE Chanel Boy-friend Skeleton LADIES’ COMPLICATION WATCH PRIZE Van Cleef & Arpels Lady Arpels Planétarium     MEN’S WATCH PRIZE Akrivia Chronomètre Contemporain     MEN’S COMPLICATION WATCH PRIZE Laurent Ferrier Galet Annual Calendar School Piece   CHRONOGRAPH WATCH PRIZE Singer Reimagined Singer…

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WatchTime New York 2018: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

 |  October 29th, 2018

I’ve been known in the past to take a close look at the shows and bring the good, the bad and the ugly to the forefront. After spending a weekend in New York, it’s time to take a close-up look at WatchTime New York 2018. The Good About WatchTime New York To begin with, this show is highly successful and this year it exceeded expectations when it comes to high-quality foot traffic. With a top-notch sold-out cocktail party on Friday…

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Don’t Miss WatchTime New York 2018 Open-To-The-Public Watch Event

 |  October 4th, 2018

Later this month, on October 26 and 27th, WatchTime New York returns to Gotham Hall in New York City. The event is action packed, watch packed and informative … not to mention fun.  Each year, hundreds of watch collectors and enthusiasts from around the world converge on Gotham Hall for WatchTime New York — – now in its fourth year. The show, open to the public, is  presented by WatchTime Magazine and luxury lifestyle platform WatchAnish. Ticket holders get hands-on access to the latest…

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A Look At The Dubai Watch Week, Christie’s Horology Forum, Where Minds Meet

 |  September 23rd, 2018

The week before last in London, Christie’s and Dubai Watch Week co-hosted a Horological Forum where some of the best industry executives joined together for two days of panel discussions about the watch industry. I covered the event on my Perfect Timing column on Forbes, and now i bring some of that story here. I would like to preface the articles  by staying that what was truly unique and wonderful about this event is the fact that CEOs, watchmakers, designers (and…

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Nomos Glashutte Celebrates 100 Years of Bauhaus With New Tangente Watches

 |  August 22nd, 2018

German watch brand NOMOS has always been all about clean design and Bauhaus styling. It is what makes this brand so coveted.  Now, to honor the 100th anniversary of Bauhaus style — taking place in 2019 —  the company unveils a watch that celebrates the idea of  concentrating on the essentials in design: a limited edition of the classic Tangente watch. Easily the brand’s most recognizable watch, the  Tangente from NOMOS Glashütte has been in production longer than any other model.…

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