Behind The Scenes Of The Swatch Group ‘Time To Move’ Event Unveiling Newest Luxury Brand Watches

 |  May 21st, 2019

Last week in Switzerland, the Swatch Group hosted its first-ever “Time to Move” event that heralded the brand’s departure from Baselworld (time to move) and its dedication to its own worldwide summit for the press.  The event brought together the finest watch editors, journalists and bloggers from around the world for three days of total immersion into the six luxury brands that comprise Swatch Group: Blancpain, Breguet, Glashutte Original, Harry Winston, Jaquet Droz and Omega. The event had been lauded…

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Introducing The Laurent Ferrier Tourbillon Grand Sport

 |  May 6th, 2019

In a somewhat unexpected move, Laurent Ferrier introduces an alll-new  sporty chic Tourbillon Grand Sport watch to celebrate 40 years since the brand’s founders raced together at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and 10 years since the conception of its very first tourbillon. Those who know Laurent Ferrier as a watchmaker today, may not realize that in the 1970’s he was much more well known on the racing circuits. In fact, he competed in the  24 Hours of Le Mans…

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Hands On With The Romain Gauthier White Gold Insight Micro-Rotor

 |  May 3rd, 2019

Romain Gauthier is an independent watch brand that we respect immensely. Every single timepiece Romain Gauthier produces is done with strict attention to detail and with the finest master craftsmanship. Such is the case with the newest 18-karat white gold Insight Micro-Rotor watch now out in extremely limited editions with stunning enamel dials and specially finished movement with hard-frosted gilded manipulate and bridges.  The new limited editions, each retailing for 79,000 Swiss francs, are being made in limited numbers of 10…

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Introducing The Mysterious Corum Admiral Legend 42 Full Black

 |  April 25th, 2019

In a bold and unprecedented move, Corum unveils a stealth black addition to its coveted Admiral 42 Legend collection. Never before has the brand released this timepiece in an all-black version. The brand has used black titanium (for its Golden Bridge) and blacked ruthenium (on a Coin watch), but doing an all black-on-black is a departure for the brand. Making the watch even more alluring is the fact that it is being created in a limited edition of just 100 pieces.…

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Earth Day: H. Moser & Cie. Honors Our Planet With The Nature Watch

 |  April 22nd, 2019

Typical of H. Moser & Cie, the independent Swiss brand regularly creates some statement-making timepiece that demonstrates its ability to think outside the box. In the past, we have witnessed the Swiss Alps watch that was a statement about Smart watches, the Swiss  Mad Watch with a case made of Swiss cheese watch that makes a statement about the concept of Swiss made (for a brief moment, last year, there was also the Franken-watch, which the brand stopped communication on…

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Montblanc Brings New Meaning To Communing With Nature In New Watch Campaign

 |  April 16th, 2019

It was in November of 2017 the Montblanc brought a select group of journalists to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to discover the brand’s newest directions in timepieces. One of the big messages: a return to nature. The brand was unveiling watches at the SIHH 2018 that would highlight mountain climbing, hiking and more. This year, with its newest 2019 SIHH introductions, Montblanc continued that theme. Additionally, the brand has just launched an exciting new marketing campaign that highlights the importance of…

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Breitling Leaves Baselworld, Tudor Announces Plans To Build New Space, Baselworld Management Speaks Out

 |  April 15th, 2019

In a really not-unexpected move, Breitling announced that it will not be returning to Baselworld in 2020. Just a couple of weeks ago, we posted our Baselworld 2019 wrap-up article. There we mentioned that Georges Kern, CEO of Breitling, indicated that unless he and the show could work out a way for the brand to hold its recently inaugurated “summits,” the company would not be back because to Kern’s way of thinking, Baselworld is too late in the year for…

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