Antoni Porowski’s had a connection with Omega before he really knew anything about watches. Growing up in Brossard, just outside of Montreal, the actor, chef, and star of Netflix’s hit show Queer Eye recalls swim practices spent staring up at the iconic curving red logo on the chronograph.
James bond has a new watch.
The navy colour harkens back to the submariner watches Tudor made for the French navy—the Marine Nationale—in the 1970s.
The Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon Poinçon de Genève is the latest timepiece from Louis Vuitton, which calls the futuristic high-tech iteration of the Tambour first released in 2002 “fine watchmaking of the future.”
When it comes to jewellery, men often get the short end of the stick. Tiffany & Co. wants to change that.
A selection of the finest men’s watches, made in black for timely style.