Louis Moinet’s Skylink contains fragments from the Apollo-Soyuz mission
The new timepiece celebrates a groundbreaking historical event by preserving it in a time capsule.
Breguet focuses on sportier timepieces with emphasis on its Marine collection
The 243-year-old Swiss watchmaker is honing in on a younger, less formal clientele by offering new titanium versions.
Hublot's latest innovation: a colourful patented new ceramic
Following its creation of Magic Gold, the Swiss watchmaker has developed another new material in a vibrant ceramic
IWC Schaffhausen boutique opens in Melbourne’s Collins St
IWC Schaffhausen boutique store in Melbourne presents a striking showcase of watches at the official opening.
Bell-issima at Baselworld
The innovative evolution of Bell & Ross celebrated with the release of a re-imagined BR-X1 Chronograph Tourbillon Sapphire had all eyes on luxury...
Piaget steals a millimetre in the battle to be the thinnest
The battle to produce the thinnest automatic watch in the world is heating up again.
Six watches that celebrate the Year of the Dog
The world’s greatest watchmakers are referencing the dog – from handsome hounds to playful pooches – in their own distinctive way.
Fifteen of our favourite watches from SIHH
The year's first major watch exhibition threw out more than a few tasty morsels over which to salivate.
Golf is the name of the game for Hublot
The Big Bang Unico Golf is geared toward recreational golfers who will appreciate its ability to keep score as well as its good looks.
Twelve key horological innovations this century
During this millennium, these are the key innovations to have made their mark on the art and science of keeping time.
Six of the most idiosyncratic watches on the market
Lovers of idiosyncratic style will delight in the clutch of timepieces featured here.
The intriguing history of digital time display
Digital watches in the 1970s may have been unprecedented, but mechanically actuated digital time displays can be traced back to pocket watches from...