What's New in Watches

Cartier Drive utilizes the brand’s distinctive case shapes and in-house movements to great effect…
The world’s top watchmakers descended on Geneva to proudly show off their latest and greatest…
From cookie-filled gift baskets to stunning jewelry, here are 10 gifts for the lady in your life…
With the addition of nine new independent exhibitors, SIHH 2016 just got even more exciting…
Aeronautical by nature, the brand’s connected chronograph is a top-flight timepiece…
Endangered handicrafts find a welcoming home in the realm of haute horlogerie…
Photo by Ted Morrison
Modern métiers d’art dials have become more intricate, layered, and distinctive…
Glashütte has simplified its Grande Cosmopolits Tourbillon with an easier-to-read display…
Out-of-the-box design allows Bulgari to squeeze a tourbillon into its thinnest watch ever…
Taking a traditional approach to watchmaking, each piece requires hours of adjustment…
After some setbacks, the company’s perpetual calendars have been reengineered for the real world…
The manufacture reaches beyond mechanics to refine its acoustic watches…
The feature signature of the RM 63-02 World Timer is actually pretty straightforward…
The brand relied on its in-house talent to push the limits of its tourbillon watches…
Reimagining the work of historical watchmakers becomes a modern industry…
Accuracy at Greubel Forsey is delivered as much through detail as perseverance and invention…
Photo by Olivier Currat
Ingenuity and dexterity mark the development of Patek Philippe’s split-seconds chronographs…
Photo by Studio Diode SA
The Maxichrono puts the timekeeping hands and chronograph on the same central axis…
Photo by Jean-Daniel Meyer
De Grisogono’s Fawaz Gruosi has made a career out of challenging watchmaking norms…
Photo by Youenn Boscher
Eight new highly complicated mechanical watches for women…

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