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  1. The Gift A one-of-a-kind DeWitt minute repeater/split-seconds chronograph with a second time zone, based on an extremely rare vintage movement from the historic Vallée de Joux specialist Victorin...
  2. Traditional camel hues exhibit the endurance of the dromedary itself. This warm color for cool seasons has enlivened wardrobe staples for generations, but this season, the timeless tint enhances some...
  3. Global Thinking Greubel Forsey first attracted notice a decade ago by reviving 200-year-old English and French finishing techniques, and in the ensuing years, the company has pursued increasingly...
  4. Louis Vuitton celebrates the launch of its new watchmaking facility with an original world-time watch.
  5. Once-obscure decorative techniques have now become as vital to the prestige of rival watchmaking houses as their complicated movements.
  6. The new Graham Tourbillon Orrery celebrates the 300th anniversary of the Orrery, the tabletop mechanical planetarium that the Swiss watch brand’s namesake—London-based inventor, clockmaker, and...
  7. Bell & Ross’s new wristwatches are fueled by a fast-paced past.
  8. Breitling bolts tradition with its new in-house quartz movement.
  9. Trailblazing designers push the frontiers of menswear this season with hardy, well-built clothing crafted for the rugged individual who favors durability and comfort— especially when they are...
  10. Jacob & Co. resumes its exploration of progressive mechanical watchmaking.

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