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.
On the World Oceans Day (8 June) IWC Schaffhausen announced its support for a pioneering environmental project, spearheaded by Cousteau Divers.
The number of art fairs has exploded in the last 10-15 years and art lovers can enjoy a greater variety of visual entertainment and marketplace. Art Basel starts on 11 June for the 49th time and as a messenger, the regular Art Market report was published earlier in March. We browsed the report for the latest findings.
German fine watchmaking meets the world’s most beautiful vintage cars.
This May HAUTLENCE released its latest timepiece, in line with their rebellious spirit, the HL2.3 PUNK.
TWEETS n' BITES
#casebackthursday with the @Bovet_1822 Virtuoso VIII Chapter Two, hand-wound 17BM06-GD caliber.
It features at 6 o’clock the patented two-sided flying tourbillon, attached at the center of its axis. #bovet #bovetfleurier #finewatchmaking https://t.co/wx3wcMhPVQ
Playing with the light - @Vacheron1755 #Overseas Quartz black dial and 78 brilliant-cut diamonds on the 6-sided bezel, which recalls the Maltese cross (the company’s official logo, registered with the Swiss federal trademarks office Bern in 1880.)