Homo Faber, an unprecedented and spectacular showcase of European craftsmanship is coming up between 14-30 September in Venice, Italy. What makes it so hot? We’ll see it first hand, but until then, here’s some preliminary info.
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A. Lange & Söhne is supporting the Concours of Elegance as a cooperation partner for the first time this year.
Jaeger-LeCoultre cultivates strong ties with the film industry and shows commitment to highlighting filmmaking culture. During the 75th International Film Festival of La Biennale di Venezia, the Grand Maison will celebrate the 13th anniversary of its partnership with event.
So far from the Freak-tech designs as they can possibly be, Ulysse Nardin preserves century-old techniques. Enamelling is what they are particularly known for. We visited their specialist workshop, Donzé Cadrans.
This June Richard Mille introduced the RM 71-01 Automatic Tourbillon Talisman in ten limited edition variations – the pieces combine the cutting-edge fine-watchmaking skills of Richard Mille and the unique sculptural qualities of fine art jewellery.
To celebrate 30 years of partnership between Chopard and the Mille Miglia, the Geneva-based Maison presents new editions in the emblematic collection.
Laurent Ferrier Galet Micro-Rotor “Montre Ecole” British Racing Green debuted at London Craft Week 2018.
Eight young watchmakers are taking part in the Walter Lange Watchmaking Excellence Award 2018.
Maximilian Büsser got the brightest brains behind his next project: taking Ross home. In Basel we saw the Fifth Element by MB&F and L’Epée.
Chopard announced a huge milestone on their route to sustainable luxury: by July 2018 only ethically sourced gold will be used throughout their jewellery and watch portfolio. Before exploring the novelties of Chopard, we attended an inspiring talk in Basel with key people in the fight for an ethical supply chain.