The two watch fair titans will show back to back in April.
Two iconic brands are exiting the prestigious watch fair in Geneva next year.
The fifth caliber from the indie watchmaker is based on his watchmaking school graduation timepiece.
The H2O model finally brings its fluid technical ethos into a compatible sapphire case design.
The wristwatch features a digital display—a first for the historic brand and one of watchmaking’s newfound rebels.
Aesthetics upstage mechanics in the brand’s latest complication.
The manual-wind wristwatch comes on a cordovan leather strap made by revered Argentinian boot makers Casa Fagliano.