A luxury carmaker and a fine watchmaker craft products that truly complement each other—on the road and on the wrist.
The Ulysse Nardin Le Locle Diver is an authentic diver’s timepiece fitted with the very latest technical trappings and a suave, vintage aesthetic.
The avant-garde, Swiss watch brand MB&F recently released the Legacy Machine N˚1 Final Edition, deciding to discontinue the genre-defying Legacy Machine N˚1 series six years after it was first launched.
The Louis Moinet Whisky Watch is impregnated with a special capsule containing a drop of Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862—the oldest whisky in the world.
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.
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.