Watches that are more like works of fine art
Watchmaking remains one of the last bastions for the preservation of exquisite handicrafts.
To own this watch, first you must buy a very special car
This customisable Porsche Design watch will only be offered to the 500 buyers of Porsche’s new 452kW monster.
Singer's first watch is a must-have motorsport chronograph
A retro gauge-style dial and a remarkable new Agenhor movement make the watch a must-have chronograph.
The sporting inspiration behind three Swiss stunners
It may be one of the least-recognised sports by collectors, but remains a potent source of inspiration for watch designers.
Watches that make you want to turn blue in the face
Bring some calming colour to your daily duties with these brilliantly blue watches.
Night movers: seven fascinating moon-phase watches
From new pieces launched this year to a few of our personal favourites, these moon-phase watches have become mainstays in the category.
Time to put on your business face
A sports watch belongs in the boardroom about as much as a suit belongs at the beach.
Audemars Piguet Diamond Outrage: watch or weapon?
Though timekeeping is clearly not the priority, the Diamond Outrage is still a wristwatch at its core.
Hublot, Berluti take collaboration even further
The legendary French shoemaker has added another layer of intricacy and intrigue to a range of Hublot timepieces.
Watchmaking's most unique and cutting-edge materials
As the use of out-of-the-ordinary materials is becoming increasingly popular, here are some of the elements worth considering for your next purchase.
Girard-Perregaux's new Laureato Skeleton is a smart play
Completely created in-house, it is a true testament to the maker's design capabilities.
Petals to the metal: seven flower-themed women's watches
From Harry Winston's more subdued approach to Jaquet Droz's astounding automata, these are some of the best available.