Exciting news out of Cupertino today.
For the Tank’s centennial anniversary, Cartier unveiled a number of new models of the iconic design while the rest of the United States headed into the holiday weekend.
From the Rolex 24 at the Daytona International Speedway to its current sponsorship of Formula One, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and the 12 Hours of Sebring at the FIA World Endurance Championship, the link between Rolex and motorsports is the stuff of legend.
Continuing its fantastic 2017 auction season, Phillips is back with another historic timepiece that is sure to break records.
If you fancy yourself a watch collector, you want a winder that matches the horological power found in the mechanical works of art you own.
Stephen Watson assumes the role with over a decade of experience in the luxury timepiece editorial sphere.
Antonio Seward assumes the role with nine years of management experience at the Le Brassus-based manufacture.
Laurent Ferrier’s Galet Micro Rotor “Montre Ecole” is a traditionalist timepiece, evident in its style as well as its mechanics.
Ralph Lauren demands horological attention with a new double tourbillon.
At Montblanc, Davide Cerrato’s first collections signal a shift toward automotive styling.