Silver Lining: Watchmakers take on a muted tone for 2018
Functional, stylish, and versatile—gray was the color of choice for watch dials this year.
Ferdinand Berthoud’s new regulator mimics the wunderkind watchmaking of its 18th-Century founder
The boutique watchmaker has made painstaking modifications in its latest FB 1R-6 timepiece.
A rare selection of vintage Vacheron Constantin timepieces arrives in New York
The watchmaking maison taps into its own vintage market with a unique selection now available at its Madison Avenue boutique.
Fairfax & Roberts celebrates its 160th year by returning to its watchmaking roots
And they're starting with a fascinating new coming to the Australian watch scene.
Tiny timekeeping: Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrates the Caliber 101
The Lilliputian movement, the smallest manual-wound in watchmaking, makes a rare appearance in two new jewellery watches.
MB&F enters the pre-owned watch business
The independent Swiss watchmaker is the latest to capitalise on the secondary market.
Tiffany & Co. watches Vice President, Nicola Andreatta, on how the brand continues to evolve
It's an icon that continues to grow with time.
Bulgari goes back to black with the new Octo Ultranero timepieces
The latest additions to the Italian watchmaker’s well-regarded Octo series—a chronograph and a skeleton timepiece—are back in black.
Girard-Perregaux adds two new models to its 1966 Collection
These two new additions both pay tribute to the brand’s past while also looking towards the future.
Richard Mille launches trio of ultra-exclusive RM 022 Tourbillon Timepieces
Each timepiece will be limited to just 10 and only be available in the Americas.
Robb Report Australia discovers the simple secret behind MB&F genius Maximilian Büsser
And it's a trick we can all learn to do.
Montblanc’s new 1858 collection pays tribute to 160 years of Minerva Watches
Five new watches celebrate Minerva’s history, incorporating coveted vintage-style design elements.