Interviews with celebrities, watch brand ambassadors and watch brand executives.

Always Dream of Designing Your Own Watch? Here’s Your Chance with the new Jaeger-LeCoultre Atelier Reverso Program

Recently, in an article I wrote for Elite Traveler magazine, I discussed the fact that in the world of watchmaking, “a visionary and pioneering spirit has become the ubiquitous hallmark of upper echelon brands.” The concept here is that as more and more brands cater to the needs of their customers and potential customers, they…

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Richard Mille and Airbus? Is the Million-Dollar ACJ RM 50-02 ACJ Tourbillon Split Second Chronograph a Smart Move?

  A new year means new limited editions pieces from one of the industry’s most recognized independant watch makers, Richard Mille. Unveiled at SIHH 2016 – and not yet in stores — the 30-piece limited edition RM 50-02 ACJ Tourbillon Split Second Chronograph has a lot of collectors taking notice. Created thanks to a partnership…

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Up Close with the A. Lange & Sohne Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon 2016

We here at A Timely Perspective love A. Lange & Sohne. I mean, love them. While the German brand was walled off from the world for a portion of its existence, it didn’t stop it from coming back like gangbusters. This company offers some of the most advanced technical watches with superb stylistic elements that propel…

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Three Top Timepieces from Bovet 1822 that will Steal Your Heart (including the Bovet Recital 18 Shooting Star)

This January, BOVET1822 once again wowed us with the brand’s technical and aesthetic prowess.  Three incredible new watches were unveiled to the world, and we are at a loss as to designate which is the most prized, as each is worthy of the collector’s full attention. The incredibly complicated Bovet Recital 18 Shooting Star Tourbillon GMT  portrays…

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Meet a Watch You May Rather Drink than Wear: Armin Strom Manual Cognac

It isn’t every day that watch brands put truly unusual things inside their watches.  In fact, we have written about such oddities before, but now we have a truly rare find: Armin Strom’s Manual Cognac watch houses drops of one of the most rare and old bottles of cognac on the market. The creation comes on…

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Behind the Scenes with the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie (prices/pics)

By Gordon Henderson and Roberta Naas Two incredible things happened at the SIHH 201 as it relates to Audemars Piguet. One of them, we will write about soon enough, but the other revolves around the  Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie. Let’s start by saying that “Supersonnerie” is an understatement. I was sitting in a small room,…

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