In this series we showcase mechanical and artistic wonders that were especially designed for women and others originally for men that come alive on spirited ladies’ wrists. Baselworld always brings new options for women, we collected some from the latest exhibition that might interest you too.
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In the last 130+ years, Breitling has earned a very high reputation and a strong product image. Their innovations contributed to the developments of chronographs and famous models such as the Navitimer raised their own fan clubs. We met them at Baselworld to learn more about the #LegendaryFuture.
At Baselworld, the Chanel brought out new versions of the Code Coco and presented novelties in the J12 and Boy.Friend lines too.
The amazing de GRISOGONO haute joaillerie were part of the 25th anniversary exhibition and we had the chance to see a few of them from close.
‘I think in volumes. I imagine in colours. I design in light.’ – summed up Fawaz Gruosi is design vision, who set the ship of de GRISOGONO onto water 25 years ago. At the vernissage at Baselworld we enjoyed browsing the milestones of this quarter of a century exhibited in the booth of the company and many novelties.
As a long-standing Associate Partner of Art Basel, Audemars Piguet works every year with a selected curator – the company just introduced their new collaboration.
For the third year, Verdura and Herz-Belperron has returned to TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s leading art fair. Held between 10-18 March, 2018 it gives the American company the chance to meet their European audience.
TEFAF Maastricht 2018 featured an enormous selection of fine art, antiques and design objects and hosted a series of thought-provoking discussions. High-jewellery houses also exhibited, including Hemmerle, REZA and Otto Jakob.
The Cromhouthuis in Amsterdam exhibits 130 exquisite pieces from a 19th century lady and avid collector, Sophia Lopez Suasso.
Karl-Friedrich Scheufele and his team at Ferdinand Berthoud revealed their new model during the SIHH 2018, which radiates an even more self-conscious but elegantly reserved individuality than its predecessor. We saw the Chronomètre FB 1R.6-1 in Geneva.