Greubel Forsey just unveiled its latest and greatest novelty – the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Architecture has a newly created, atypical case which perfectly contributes to the new tourbillon movement.
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H. Moser & Cie. has kicked off the summer season with a bold and irreverent collaboration. The ‘very rare’ Manufacture has partnered with globally recognised sportswear brand UNDEFEATED to create a limited edition, the Streamliner Chronograph UNDEFEATED.
4 out of the 11 chapters of the OAK Collection exhibition are dedicated to pieces of Rolex and independent brands. The vintage and contemporary museum-quality watches include special orders, ultra-rare limited editions and the most valuable examples of particular models. The four-stop exhibition world tour starts in the London Design Museum (19-25 May).
Astonishing Patek Philippe examples make up the two-third of the OAK Collection, also home of the greatest private holding of Patek Philippe for Henry Graves Jr. timepieces. Between 19-25 May, these and dozens of the rarest watches will be on show at the London Design Museum, the first location of a four-stop exhibition tour.
On 19 May, 162 vintage and contemporary museum-quality watches of the OAK Collection embark on a four-stop exhibition world tour from the London Design Museum (19-25 May). We sum up the 11 exhibition chapters and give you updates as we participate in the pre-opening ceremony on 18 May.
IWC Schaffhausen and the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One TM Team just unveiled the very first official team timepiece. We had the chance to preview the new Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 Edition ‘Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One TM Team’.
Frédérique Constant presented anniversary limited editions as well as other novelties this spring. We selected two timepieces to show you.
Bovet celebrates the 200th anniversary of the company’s foundation by Eduard Bovet in 1822 this year. The Manufacture will hold boutique events throughout the year in various cities around the globe. At the opening of the event series, they presented Orbis Mundi, a true Bovet world-timer in the Villa Louis-Jeantet in Geneva.
The ‘Details: Genealogies of Ornament’ is set in the Nautical School area at Fondazione Giorgio Cini. It is one of 15 exhibitions that comprise the Homo Faber Event 2022, organised by the Michelangelo Foundation.
Vacheron Constantin is back to Homo Faber – celebrating artisanal talents in a wide range of disciplines, like fine watchmaking, enamelling or engraving. The Geneva Maison exhibited at the ‘Details: Genealogies of Ornament’ set in the Nautical School exhibition area at Fondazione Giorgio Cini.