Articles in Watches

To mark its 100th anniversary, Concord, known for its classic watches, is revealing an edgy new...
When Colorado businessman (and avid fly fisherman) Kip Dellinger glances at his watch, he sees not...
Photograph by Ted Morrison
At nearly 3,300 feet underground, the air in shaft number 10 at South Africa’s Impala mine is warm...
Photograph by Claude Joray
When Hermès decided, at the end of the 1990s, to upgrade its men’s watch offerings, the resources...
The MV 75 World Champion is the first in a series of MV Agusta–themed timepieces from Swiss...
Max Büsser was hesitant to launch a watch brand, because he lacked a certain prerequisite. "I...
Swiss watches served as a kind of appetizer during Pascal Raffy’s childhood in Lebanon. Before the...
The master compressor Extreme Lab is not only a ground-breaker; it is a scene-stealer. When Jaeger-...
Four companies that have taken the risks and are enjoying the rewards of redefining luxury. Among...
Photograph by Ted Morrison
"Is there anything more inspiring to man than the sky?" asks Louis de Meckenheim, who manages the...
The GiftA pair of complicated custom wristwatches—one of which will feature a handpainted dial—from...
Photograph by Ted Morrison
"An artist’s job is to predict the future and push the envelope," says Adam Lindemann, a 46-year-...
In watchmaking history, the mid-17th century is known as the Age of Decoration, a period when...
Photograph by Koji Yano
Lightweight and strong, carbon fiber is regarded as the state-of-the art material for building high...
In 1957, Piaget introduced its ultrathin Caliber 9P, a hand-wound mechanical movement measuring...
Photograph by Koji Yano
When he is at home on sunday mornings, Frank Müller, CEO of German watchmaker Glashütte Original,...
Watchmaker Emmanuel Breguet, a seventh-generation descendant of Abraham-Louis Breguet and the...
The future has become au courant in watch designs, says senior editor Laurie Kahle, who writes...
Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea captured the imagination of Fabrice Gonet, who read the...
The Centigraphe Souverain has a closer connection to car racing than some automotive-themed...

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