For the 25th anniversary of its L.U.C collection, Chopard released a trilogy of L.U.C timepieces at Watches and Wonders in Geneva earlier this year. A limited release of five pieces, this is one show-worthy wristwatch.
Montblanc has partnered with Nimsdai Purja for the release of its latest novelty, the 1858 Geosphere Chronograph No Oxygen, the watch Nims will be wearing to summit Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen in May.
The Swiss giant that is Rolex threw a curveball at Watches and Wonders this year. On opening day of the watch fair in Geneva, Rolex showed off a new GMT-Master II—an icon in the Rolex repertoire, best known for its two-tone bezels (and the nicknames they inspire).
Haute horlogerie meets haute couture at Chanel for a fashion-led collection of secret watches.
The curtain has come up on the watch industry’s big event in Geneva with the 2022 edition of Watches and Wonders, opening today to a crowd of invitation-only collectors, enthusiasts, retailers, and press.
After the countless hours she has spent raising you to become the person you are today, why not give the gift of time with a high-jewellery timepiece that has a winning wow factor?
The timepiece, after more than six years of development, has been released to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the company’s most iconic model.
The standout Hermès novelty as presented for Watches and Wonders is the H08 timepiece, a watch that “embodies a contemporary masculinity,” says Lauren Dordet, La Montres Hermès CEO.
The world of fine watchmaking continues to capitalize on this colour variegation, like these rainbow-hued watch novelties released for Watches and Wonders 2021.