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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…

F. P. Journe Records Sonnerie Souveraine To Offer Exceptional Binaural Sound

F.P. Journe Sonnerie Souveraine

Calling it a horological world premiere, F. P. Journe unveils the  binaural sound of his spectacular Sonnerie Souveraine — just months after announcing he would stop making the Sonnerie Souveraine —  recorded in a special sound chamber of the EPFL (one of Switzerland’s two federal polytechnics schools) using  “artificial ears with microphones.” All four walls…

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Zenith Sponsors The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride For Charity, Highlights Pilot Type 20 Chronograph Ton Up Black

Zenith Pilot Ton Up Black

This past weekend, than 112,000 people rode classic motorcycles in the streets of 648 cities in 102 countries to benefit The Movember Foundation, dedicated to supporting prostate cancer research and men’s mental health. This marks the third year that Zenith has participated.The brand also featured the Pilot Type 20 Chronograph Ton Up Black as the…

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Vacheron Constantin Wows The Watch World With Abbey Road Studios Partnership, New Campaign And More

Vacheron Constantin FiftySix Tourbillon (Photo: R. Naas)

Just a couple of weeks ago, I spent time in London with Vacheron Constantin, where the brand was celebrating its new FiftySix collection, especially the just-released FiftySix Tourbillon.  Additionally, the brand announced its partnership with Abbey Road Studios, and showcased its new ad campaign “One of Not Many.” It was an incredible event, and I…

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