The Fondation Haute Horlogerie successfully hosted the 11th edition of the FHH Forum at the Maison de la Paix in Geneva. Under the evocative theme “Horology Futurology”, the event saw the participation of around 200 people.
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Cartier Geneva had a special treat for watch lovers last weekend – the Rare Watches Exhibition included more than 30 exciting timepieces at the La Résidence space in the Rue du Rhône boutique. The showcase was open to the public for just two days. We were lucky enough to browse around some amazing Cartier icons.
During the Geneva luxury week we visited the inaugural ReLuxury event at the Hotel President Wilson, which is – as Fabienne Lupo, founder of the concept describes – the first event dedicated to the re-commerce of luxury and collectible objects, as well as to initiatives in the field of circular economy.
Singer Reimagined showcased their recent additions to the Track1 and the Flytrack collections at the Geneva Watch Days. The Track1 SKLT Edition reveals the dial-side rotor for the first time, while fanatic coffee aficionados can count on (and with) the Flytrack Barista from now on.
At the Geneva Watch Days, MB&F celebrated their amazing achievement of creating 20 calibers in 17 years as an independent watchmaker. They also introduced the icy-cool blue/grey LM Split Escapement EVO and a special edition for the Beverly Hills MB&F LAB opening soon.
Dressed in a revised, nicely angled and surprisingly comfortable steel case, two novelties mark a sportier chapter for HAUTLENCE. We showed the tourbillon and retrograde Linear Series 1 and the satellites of the Vagabonde Series 4 to the late summer sun.