Articles in Watches

This fall, about 50 pieces from the Edouard and Maurice Sandoz Foundation collection will venture...
After teaming up last year to celebrate Ermenegildo Zegna’s centennial, the Italian fashion house...
Vacheron Constantin watches first arrived on American shores in 1832, but it wasn’t until this year...
In addition to telling time, the Christophe Claret 21 Blackjack (www.manufactureclaret.com) watch...
Photo by Dr. Ming Woo
A doctor of psychology, educator, economist, management consultant specializing in consumer...
Photo by Felix Streuli
The most complicated and expensive timepiece to issue from the doors of IWC Schaffhausen has a...
Hublot’s Oceanographic 4000 is the latest diver’s watch to push the limits of technology and...
IWC’s Ingenieur Double Chronograph Titanium ($12,700) introduces a svelte new member to a watch...
Each year, Panerai commemorates its Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge regatta circuit with a...
Tutima owner Dieter Delecate did not reestablish the German watch manufacturer’s presence in the...
Fans of the unor­thodox will delight in the Hautlence HL2.0 (www.hautlence.com).The watch tells...
Forty venerable watchmakers, including Harry Winston, Montblanc, Breguet, Van Cleef & Arpels,...
Though its aesthetic is modern and slick, Jaquet Droz’s sporty Grande Seconde SW collection traces...
With its mod, cushion-shaped Seventies Panorama Date ($11,100), Glashütte Original flashes back to...
The MasterGraff Skeleton Limited Edition (www.graffdiamonds.com), a $2 million timepiece designed...
Far from the fir forests and green valleys of Switzerland’s ValléedeJoux, A. Lange & Söhne...
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Harry Winston’s sci-fi Opus Eleven may have grabbed the headlines this year with its iconoclastic...
Six years after it introduced the Planet Ocean collection into its popular Seamaster family, Omega...
Former New York Yankee and avid watch collector Reggie Jackson has partnered with watchmaker Franck...
The sport of polo has made several sartorial contributions to Western culture. When Sir Pratap...

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