The Laureato has long been a sleeper classic of ’70s watch design and this year the sport-luxury model finally graduated and became a complete collection.
Every day is a treasure hunt for John Reardon of Christie’s, the world’s largest auction house.
To celebrate the Ventura’s 60th anniversary, Hamilton introduced a number of new models with the iconic design at Baselworld this year.
The Heritage 146 draws on the history of Zenith’s illustrious El Primero caliber.
Along with numerous Heritage-focused timepieces, Longines dropped its first-ever COSC-certified collection of steel watches, dubbed the Record Collection at Baselworld 2017.
Seiko took a bit of a gamble earlier this year when it announced the promotion of its popular Grand Seiko label as its own independent Seiko brand rather than merely a sub-brand of the Japanese manufacture.
Building on the release of last year’s Senator Excellence, Glashütte Original showcased a new and improved Senator with the introduction of a Perpetual Calendar complication at Baselworld this year.
Michel Parmigiani, a master watchmaker with few peers, bridges 18th-century handcraft and modern haute horlogerie.
From a crowdsourced chronograph to a running equation of time, day three in Basel presented a wide breadth of noteworthy timepieces.
Nomos Glashütte’s Club Campus line is elite in-house watchmaking for the next generation of collectors.