You can now expect its already sky-high prices to enter the stratosphere on the secondary market.
A new king is crowned.
The new second in command of the U.S. chose a Puerto Rican-born, New York City-based designer for her jewels.
The new watch is a minimalist follow-up to the brand’s first collaboration with Guillaume Néry.
They may not be strictly practical, but they’ve never looked better.
The former L’Oréal executive will take over the helm on January 18th.
Applications for the Horological Society of New York’s new programs are open now through March.
Naval aviation history and sturdy watchmaking serve up serious style and bragging rights.
Because a bunch of roses just won’t cut it.
A new engine for a new era.