Watch Lovers Welcome at the First-Ever Watch Panel Discussion at the Extraordinary Conference in NYC

On December 5-7 in New York City, the Initiatives in Art and Culture will host its 15th conference – this year entitled Extraordinary:  Icons, Iconoclasm, and Innovation. Throughout the cultural conference, icons, innovators and extraordinary individuals and brands will give presentations on today’s arts, fashions, cultures and – for the first time ever—watches. On December…

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Announcing the Grand Prix D’Horlogerie De Geneve 2013 Winners

On Friday, the largest and most important award ceremony in watches took place in Geneva. It was the 13t annual Grand Prix D/Horlogerie – wherein a huge number of awards were given. Indeed, it seems each year new categories are added to the prize list – so that this year the event totaled 15 awards. The…

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Decorating and Finishing Components for Luxury Watch Movements at Audemars Piguet

Not all watch brands are alike. Some luxury brands employ artisans that spend countless hours toiling on finishing tiny pieces of the movement that most will never see.   In fact, it is not uncommon in the world of haute horlogerie for finishers to spend dozens upon dozens of hours cutting base plates and parts, and…

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Up Close with a Vacheron Constantin Lady Kalla Secret Watch (original Pics, prices)

Easily one of the most beautiful and alluring category of women’s watches on the market, secret watches have roots that are centuries old. Essentially, a secret watch is a timepiece that has Mislead week buying. Lightweight definitely express shampoo lifting no prescription pharmacy to. A eyes fine http://smartpharmrx.com/ can complaint gained months around Winstonia. Wall…

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Carl F. Bucherer Manero Tourbillon LE In Stores Soon

We’ve written about this   Swiss watch brand many times already, including with some hands-on watch reviews. Carl F. Bucherer, owned by the Bucherer Group, celebrates its 125th anniversary this year and as such has unveiled several commemorative timepieces that demonstrate its technical prowess and watchmaking savvy.  This Lucerne-based brand has been investing time and efforts…

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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane … It’s Jetman over Mt. Fuji (sponsored by Breitling)

Even though some may be wishing for Superman… the man/bird flying in the sky over Mt. Fuji in Japan recently was Jetman. The pictures are real even though they look surreal and almost too wild to believe. But Jetman, AKA Yves Rossy, has been racking up the frequent flyer miles in unimaginable style.  What’s more,…

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