According to one CEO of an independent brand, the watch industry is about to undergo its most radical transformation in decades.
Geneva-based DeWitt has demonstrated a penchant for building large-scale, special-edition timepieces of unusual design.
All the traditional decorative arts in watchmaking—engraving, guillochage, enameling, and jeweling—have been mixed together free
Many women can relate to being sometimes underestimated merely because they are attractive.
As far as I’m concerned, no one knows I design watches for Hermès,” says Henri d’Origny, the brand’s top designer since 1958.
A selection of the latest horological curiosities.
Several years ago, while developing the Richard Lange Tourbillon Pour le Mérite, Anthony de Haas (below right) and Tino Bobe (above right) conferred with a patent attorney.
In explaining the way his friend and business partner Bruno Belamich (below left) came up with the design for Bell & Ross’s latest bom
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As dozens of its peers proffer ultramodern interpretations of the complicated wristwatch, Bovet Fleurier has returned its focus to the dec
Having learned the craft of watchmaking at exactly the same time quartz technology was making his new skills obsolete, Dominique
How the study of cosmology affects watch design.