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Since its launch, Breguet’s open-works La Tradition model has stood as a...
In 1999, watchmakers Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey left Renaud et Papi...
Atop a table in Geneva’s Grand Théâtre and surrounded by dozens of male...
Photograph by Claude Joray
When Hermès decided, at the end of the 1990s, to upgrade its men’s watch...
Long before he established his watch company in 2001, Richard Mille ( www...
When Colorado businessman (and avid fly fisherman) Kip Dellinger glances...
Photograph by Ted Morrison
At nearly 3,300 feet underground, the air in shaft number 10 at South...
Max Büsser was hesitant to launch a watch brand, because he lacked a...
The MV 75 World Champion is the first in a series of MV Agusta–themed...
Swiss watches served as a kind of appetizer during Pascal Raffy’s...
The master compressor Extreme Lab is not only a ground-breaker; it is a...
Photograph by Ted Morrison
"Is there anything more inspiring to man than the sky?" asks Louis de...
Photograph by Ted Morrison
"An artist’s job is to predict the future and push the envelope," says...
The Gift A pair of complicated custom wristwatches—one of which will...
In watchmaking history, the mid-17th century is known as the Age of...
Photograph by Koji Yano
Lightweight and strong, carbon fiber is regarded as the state-of-the art...
Photograph by Koji Yano
When he is at home on sunday mornings, Frank Müller, CEO of German...
Photograph by Stefan Vos
The tourbillon mechanism was invented more than 200 years ago to diminish...
Watchmaker Emmanuel Breguet, a seventh-generation descendant of Abraham-...
Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea captured the imagination of...

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