H. Moser & Cie has dropped the “Swiss Made” label on their watches in a protest to show that Switzerland’s new rules on “Swiss Made” are too lenient.
Pirelli continues on in its quest for winter domination in both skiing and driving.
Dashing through the snow is all the more, well, dashing, when one partakes in a sleigh ride amid perfectly exquisite scenery (with a warm drink in mitten-clad hand).
A guide to the world’s most exquisite infinity pools, from Singapore to Quebec.
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Finished in concrete, the house is a pared-back structure that reduces its visual language to a sparse arrangement of blank walls and large windows, yielding nothing of the internal configuration behind the façade.
Ask any resident of Switzerland about the railway and they’ll most likely make a case for it being Europe’s top set of tracks. “Swiss trains never even go on strike,” they’ll probably say.
With Apple’s entry into the smartwatch market, watchmakers are taking note that the fledgling wearable isn’t just a fad that’s going away any time soon. However, watchmakers have the unique problem of staying steadfast to their calling of making true watches.
New Zealand–based apparel company Icebreaker has pioneered new uses for merino wool since 1994 and has now partnered with snow artist Simon Beck for their Art of Nature project.