The 84 pre-selected watches of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie Genève 2019 are arriving back from the world tour to Geneva to compete for the ‘Aiguille d’Or’ Grand Prix and the 18 category prizes.
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. Last week I took out Zenith El Primero Revival and the ceramic Defy Classic for a stroll in the summer Vienna and the experience is well worth a dedicated chapter.
I enjoyed the buzz of the pre-holiday Formula 1 Hungarian GP weekend in the Rolex lounge – the brand is the Global Partner and Official Timepiece of Formula 1 since 2013.
Sir Jackie has been travelling with the F1 circus tirelessly to entertain the guests of Rolex with his remarkable style. He has been partnering with Rolex for more than 51 years now. We enjoyed his company at the Petite Genève Petrović boutique and in the Paddock of the HungarianGP.
Mercedes-Benz celebrates its 125th anniversary in motorsport at this weekend’s German Grand Prix. IWC Schaffhausen congratulates its partner on the occasion and joins the celebration.
Rolex has been involved in yachting for over 60 years. SailGP and Rolex Fastnet Race in Cowes is coming up in August, where the 2019 Yacht-Master 42 will be a common face to meet.
This January IWC Schaffhausen announced to support two British pilots to accomplish a flying challenge: ‘Silver Spitfire – The Longest Flight’. Now the restoration of the aircraft is complete.
The 8th edition of the Only Watch auction will be held 9 November 2019 in Geneva. The selection includes unique timepieces created by the finest brands to support the research of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
The blockchain technology has fuelled conversations outside the financial markets too, including the luxury sector. In this article we delve into the technology in a very simplistic manner, the potential use in this sector and the directions luxury giants have taken.
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