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Dean Schneider at Hakuna Mipaka Sanctuary.

  (Portions of this article by Roberta Naas first appeared on Forbes.) Perhaps so than ever before, today’s  watch brands are  environmentally conscious and have been leading the way towards preservation of Earth’s resources for a couple of decades now. Some have even pulled out all the stops in recent years to create timepieces with…

Omega Watches Joins Forces with Orbis International to Help the Sightless

By Kyle Kaplan Last week, at the New York Historical Society, OMEGA brand Ambassador, Cindy Crawford, captivated an audience of humanitarians with than just her signature beauty and OMEGA Constellation Star timepiece. Along with Orbis International, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality eye care and treating preventable blindness, Crawford hosted the premier of…

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Kingsman: The Secret Service Movie — British Humor, Save-the-World Action and British-Made Bremont Watches

I had the distinct pleasure last week of joining Nick English and Bremont Watches for a private screening of the hot new movie being released this month: Kingsman: The Secret Service. I wrote at length about the movie and Bremont’s involvement with it on Forbes.com yesterday. Meanwhile, however, suffice it to say that the movie…

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Piaget Sets World Records — AGAIN – at SIHH 2015- Close Up with the Altiplano Chronograph

Unveiled here at SIHH this week, the new Piaget Altiplano Chronograph sets two world-records. Mind you- we shouldn’t be surprised — Piaget is a master at setting world records, especially when it comes to the divine ultra thin movement. The new Altiplano ultra-thin hand-wound chronograph sets the record in the ultra-thin field as the thinnest hand-wound flyback movement (caliber…

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