A 250th anniversary is certainly an occasion worthy of a fuss, and Vacheron Constantin is marking the milestone with no shortage of festiv
Cristina Thévenaz knows what she wants and how to get it.
It is no secret that today’s prestige watchmaking business is a far cry from the charming cottage industry of yesteryear.
The skeleton watch is a prime example of how fine Swiss mechanical watchmaking is driven more by an appreciation for art and craftsmanship
What does a woman want? Everything—quality, practicality, eye-catching design, even a little glitz—and preferably all at once.
Ever since 1884, when the world accepted a system of 24 official time zones, travelers have battled the clock with increasing consternatio
The movement of the new Lange Double Split from A.
The adage that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure holds true even in the upper echelons of Swiss watchmaking.
One of this year’s most anticipated new watches is not, strictly speaking, new.
A number of watch companies are channeling Jacques Cousteau this year, including Blancpain (877.520.1735,
Although the vast majority of diving watches will never see the bottom of a Jacuzzi, a few are built for strenuous duty.
Pushing small buttons is difficult when you are wearing gloves—a fact that has prevented Swiss engineers from dressing up dive watches with
If two wrists cannot satisfy your urge to flaunt complicated mechanical accessories, you can now enlist your waistline.
Is 100 years of experience really required to produce an exceptional watch? Jérôme De Witt does not think so.
One-upmanship infects even those in the most sophisticated circles.
Shanghai is a city in transition, poised for a major breakthrough as the metropolitan beacon of mainland China, simmering with its potenti
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