Articles in Watches

Steven Grotell knows the value of keeping a low profile. In the two decades since the architect-...
Photo by Jean-Marc Breguet
At one time, the most impressive feature of nearly every coveted timepiece was the decorative art...
The GIFT A one-of-a-kind version of Louis Vuitton’s new Tambour Minute Repeater. A three-night...
The steel Manero CentralChrono ($7,100) by Carl F. Bucherer breaks from traditional chronograph...
In an effort to rethink watchmaking for the 21st century, Jorg Hysek of HD3 created the...
Nearly 80 international designers and artists, including Damien Hirst and Maarten Baas, created...
Photo by Ted Morrison
It has been said that you do not need a wristwatch in the modern age—unless you need to know what...
Even before he joined the company, Christian Selmoni had a clear idea of what he thought a Vacheron...
Over the past quarter century, some of the greatest careers in watchmaking have been launched at...
When her vacuum cleaner broke last summer, Carole Forestier-Kasapi did not phone a repair shop. She...
What if Abraham-Louis Breguet were alive today? If he were privy to modern materials and...
"If you think about it," muses Montblanc’s Dimitri Cabiddu, "our entire factory is no larger than...
Though dr. ludwig oechslin officially left Ulysse Nardin to direct the Musée International d’...
A panicked school of fish inspired the mechanical display that Denis Giguet designed for the Harry...
"It is inconceivable that a man with my professional background and experience would not jump into...
Even if his accomplishments were limited to bringing silicium parts technology to Patek Philippe,...
Photo by Jeff Harris
A shoal of herring may be an apt metaphor for Swiss watch companies, which can turn their designs...
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...

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