Audemars Piguet’s newly opened Musée Atelier is more “atelier” than the dark, dusty monument to the past conjured by the word “museum.”
This year, the is-it-on or is-it-not-on Baselworld (the show was cancelled and has since been transformed) coupled with the pandemic delayed the release of the Rolex novelties for 2020.
In the company of Geneva’s municipal authorities, 17 watch brands are taking part in the event exhibiting novelties on a by-appointment basis.
Chanel’s J12—the ceramic unisex timepiece—was a revolution when it first launched in 2000, and it has since become an icon of 21st-century watchmaking.
The navy colour harkens back to the submariner watches Tudor made for the French navy—the Marine Nationale—in the 1970s.
TAG Heuer’s latest edition of its Connected Golf watch is, as they say in golf, as close as one can get to the perfect round.
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.
Panerai is helping watch lovers pass the hours with the announcement of #OwnYourTime, an ongoing content series that brings together brand ambassadors for interactive Q&A sessions on Instagram and Facebook.
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.”