This next iteration of the Pelagos FXD watch from Tudor is a tribute to the watches worn by the United States Navy.
Watch brands continue to release timepieces—timed for Hallow’s Eve and Day of the Dead—that feature skull-based artwork.
When Louis Vuitton debuted the Tambour in 2002, the French maison established itself as a watchmaker to watch. At the horological workshops in La Chaux-de-Fonds, a town with a proud watchmaking history located not too far from the French village where Mr. Louis Vuitton was born in 1821, is where the first Tambour took shape.
Watches are much more than mere tools to tell the time—they appeal for a multitude of reasons. Be it a land, sea, or sky adventure, a Citizen Promaster should be your wrist companion.
The traditional Swiss watch industry set its calibres in motion to create a new opportunity, and the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH), organizers of Watches & Wonders, decided to go digital.