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IWC Portofino in green.

Ever since its first introduction to the world more nearly 40 years ago in 1984, the IWC Portofino watch has been a statement of refinement and elegance. Now, IWC Schaffhausen enhances the collection by adding a new 39mm version to complement the larger 42mm existing size. Even better, there are three great dial choices. One…

How The Luxury Watch World Is Surviving Covid-19: Geneva Watch Days

Geneva Watch Days

The world’s first watch exhibition of 2020 takes place this week in Geneva. The event, Geneva Watch Days, is being held in the city and was organized by several brands that were unable to show earlier in the year due to COVID-19. The luxury watch industry, like most industries, has suffered during the pandemic, with…

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TAG Heuer Times Spectator-less Indy 500, New Formula 1 Indy 500 Watch Honors Race

Tag Heuer Indy 500 Formula 1 watch

Today marked the 104th running of the famed Indy 500 in Indianapolis, Indiana. This year, though, in addition to being held later than usual, the event was totally spectator-less thanks to COVID-19. Still, that didn’t stop driver Takuma Sato from pulling ahead of Scott Dixon and Graham Rahal to claim the victory. Sato also won…

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Interview With Couture Designer Yiqing Yin, New To Vacheron Constantin ‘One Of Not Many’ Campaign

Yiqing Yin, Vacheron Constantin

Earlier this year,  Vacheron Constantin announced that Chinese-born haute couture designer Yiqing Yin joined the brand’s fairly recently launched “One of Not Many” marketing campaign. Not an official brand ambassador for Vacheron Constantin, Yin will be the face behind the brand’s new women’s Egerie collection. Recently, I had the opportunity to interview her about her…

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Takes Famed Caliber 101 To New Heights

Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 101

Ok men, while this story is for the women, you should pay attention, too, because it involves one of the most famous watch movements in history: the Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 101. Originally developed in 1929, the Caliber 101 revolutionized fine watchmaking for women because of its remarkable miniaturization. The tiny rectangular movement measured 14mm in length…

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Nomos, Cool Hunting Create Pride Watches, Support The Trevor Project

Nomos, Cool Hunting, The Trevor Project

  In a bright and colorful move, Nomos Glashutte is teaming with 17-year-old design publication Cool Hunting to create a limited edition mechanical watch in support of the global LGBTQI+ community. The new Club Campus 38 Pride watches support the vibrancy of the colors and power of the rainbow and what it represents. Six different…

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Hands On With The Tutima M2 Pioneer

Tutima M2 Pioneer

When it comes to the ultimate sports watch, Tutima’s M2 Pioneer stacks up against the best of the well-known brands – and even has a little more to offer in terms of gutsy looks and top-notch German craftsmanship. Recently, I borrowed the M2 Pioneer and wore it for a week at the beach – in…

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Video: Ulysse Nardin Supports Ocearch Shark Research And Rare Expedition

Ulysse Nardin, Ocearch

Just a few days ago, a special team of shark researchers and scientists left the waters off of Cape Cod, MA, and headed out to the greater Atlantic Ocean on a two-week expedition to study sharks in their own environment. The expedition, led by Ocearch and supported by Swiss watch brand, Ulysse Nardin, aims to…

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Citizen Unveils Tony Stark ‘I Love You 3000’ Watch

Citizen, Tony Stark, Iron Man, Marvel,

If you’re an Ironman lover – next week is your week. Beginning on Sunday, a host of special Marvel and Tony Stark events are taking place. While fans are still trying to fathom the death of  Tony Stark in “Avengers: Endgame” Citizen Watch company is creating the ultimate “hang on to him” keepsake: the Tony…

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