Time for a Change

    To mark its 100th anniversary, Concord, known for its classic watches, is revealing an edgy new image. With its C1 Chronograph, the Swiss watch brand unveiled a stylized, bold COSC-certified chronometer designed to withstand substantial impact. The 18-karat pink gold and black rubber case, 44 mm in diameter, is fitted with a sturdy black rubber-coated protective ring that fits over the case and is secured by eight decorative tabs and screws, and provides optimum protection from any scratches and bumps. The sleek timepiece with a black carbon fiber dial and black rubber straps has a self-winding movement that runs at 28,800 vibrations per hour and has 48 hours of power reserve. The $29,900 watch is being made in a limited-edition series of 200 models. (800.547.4073, www.concord.ch)

    ?Jill Newman

    Photo by Denis Hayoun
    This stunning timepiece is the most diamond-studded of the line’s three new hand-wound watches…
    A tribute to 19th-century watchmaker Nicolas Rieussec, Montblanc’s new timepiece has modern appeal…
    The HMX utilizes an intriguing system of mirrors and prisms to display the time for the driver…
    The dial features 18-karat gold Jaquemarts and a striking mechanism that sets them in erotic motion…
    Guests are taught to make timepieces surrounded by one of the largest selections of Rolex around…
    Gemstones reign supreme in this jewel of a collection inspired by the landscape of Provence…
    It is safe to say the 500-year-old craft of watchmaking is poised for a revolution...
    Arnold & Son reenvisions its founder’s 18th-century clocks through contemporary eyes…
    Lambert explains Montblanc’s considered approach to embracing the smart watch…
    Having sold out in a matter of months, the limited-edition release will be available again July 1…