Unveiled in Japan, the fourth watch in the “Monaco Through Time” series features a design inspired by the first decade of the millennium.
The French-born executive knows his way around a luxury brand.
For Patrick Dempsey, collecting watches isn’t just about a fascination with mechanisms and craftsmanship. Each one of the timepieces he owns carries an emotional significance that makes it even more valuable than the metal it’s made from and the movement whirring away inside. Take for example the new TAG Heuer Monaco 1989–1999 Limited-Edition Timepiece, unveiled […]
From TAG Heuer, Hublot, Roger Dubuis and more.
This year’s 50th anniversary of the classic watch model called for a celebration—in Le Mans.
Here’s how it affected our game on the green.
Tough as nails and light as a feather—and it comes with a price to match.
It comes with two huge ocean-view mansions, though John Travolta’s old pad isn’t included.
It was a Ferrari Enzo that brought the new Monaco V4 up to speed.