Articles in Watches

Since 2004, Vacheron Constantin’s Metiers d’Art collection has paid homage to Geneva’s traditional...
To mark its 165th anniversary, A. Lange & Söhne released a special trilogy of its landmark...
Automatic, or self-winding, systems are one of the oldest, most visible and elegantly efficient...
Breguet makes much of its associations with Enlightenment-era watchmaking, and few pieces...
Photo by Jean-Marc Breguet
Vacheron Constantin collaborated with Zôhiko, a nearly 350-year-old Japanese lacquerware company,...
Karl-Friedrich Scheufele’s reserved yet genial character stands in stark contrast to many of the...
In 1966, Girard-Perregaux was awarded the Neuchâtel Observatory’s Centenary Prize for its...
Steven Holtzman, founder of Maîtres du Temps, collaborated with master watchmakers Christophe...
Watchmaker F.P. Journe has opened flagship stores in New York City and Beijing. It’s a bold move...
Cartier, like Bulgari, has brought enormous corporate resources to bear in its drive to become a...
Photo by Rens Van Mierlo
Aspen’s alpine-sport atmosphere and flashy social scene inspired the limited-edition Aspen One...
Serious collectors may purchase timepieces from a jeweler, but many shy away from buying a watch...
‘‘i went to Paris and learned how Coco Chanel approached fashion," says complicated-watch...
Cartier’s modern, design-intensive interpretation of the skeleton watch has become a symbol for...
It has been nearly 50 years since watch companies pitted their technical resources against one...
Carbon fiber is almost an object of fetish in the watch industry, which has molded and forged the...
Denis Giguet, founder of the fledgling watch brand Manufacture Contemporaine du Temps, or MCT, has...
Officine Panerai marks each of the company’s Classic Yachts Challenge seasons with a special...
As watchmakers revisit core values of craftsmanship, timekeeping, and enduring design, Germany’s...
Audemars Piguet’s Millenary has taken many guises over the years, but the new Millenary Carbon One...

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