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Rolex Lady-Datejust 36mm 116231 Pink Roman Dial Jubilee

US$11,200

Rolex Lady-Datejust 36mm 116201-72201

US$10,600

Rolex Datejust 36mm 116233 grj

US$10,900

Rolex Datejust 36mm 116233 bksbrj

US$8,199

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph 42mm 26470BA.OO.1000BA.01

US$64,299

Rolex GMT Master II GMT-Master II 40mm m126710blro-0001

US$18,799

Classic Fusion 45mm

506.OX.0180.LR

EUR 146000 USD 148000

Nautilus 40mm

5712/1A-001

CHF 29300 USD 33500

Freak 45mm

2056-131/03

USD 89000

Executive 40mm

243-10B/397

USD 20100

Maxi Marine Diver 42.7mm

263-35-7/NOB

Retail not available

Sonata 42mm

676-88-8V2

USD 73500

22 Jan 2019 Legends
A. Lange & Söhne introduces jubilee edition of Lange 1

Any brand has a piece that shines a little brighter than the others, an essential watch that a company is associated with most and foremost. For A. Lange & Söhne such pillar is clearly the Lange 1 with its complex asymmetric dial and a grande date. So the 25th anniversary of a legendary watch that obviously coincides with 25th anniversary of brands’ re-opening is more than welcome.

21 Jan 2019 Trends
Hermès Arceau L'Heure De La Lune: The new moon is here

The moonphase can often be seen as one of the most classical complications done in all-by-the-book principle. Luckily enough, Hermès is not playing too safe, and the lunar calendar in Arceau L'Heure De La Lune appears to be equally playful and elegant.

20 Jan 2019 Event
Panthère de Cartier collection at SIHH 2019

Panthère continues to inspire Cartier for more than 100 years now. At SIHH 2019 Cartier is enhancing and transfiguring the panther with three main creative currents: by uniting jewelry and watchmaking, as well as through Cartier’s beloved artistic crafts.

18 Jan 2019 Event
A new flagship piece by Jaeger-LeCoultre

The almighty Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon Westminster Perpétuel can arguably be called one of SIHH highlights in terms of complexity. Limited to 18 pieces and commanding a price of around $800,000 it really brings a significant wow-factor into the game.

17 Jan 2019 Event
The Bonbon Collection by Richard Mille: La Dolce Vita

Richard Mille introduces the new and juicy Bonbon collection based on three of the brand’s iconic models, – the RM 07-03, RM 16-01 and RM 37-01. It comprises of 10 watches filled with lovely candies, pastries and fruits, each produced in an edition of 30 pieces.

16 Jan 2019 Master
Rexhep Rexhepi: ‘Symmetry represents harmony’

Rexhep Rexhepi of Akrivia, the winner of GPHG 2018 in the Men’s category, talks the new product line, his love for traditional techniques and complications, and ‘one watch – one watchmaker’ philosophy.

15 Jan 2019 Event
Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet: Embracing the modernity

Audemars Piguet launches the whole new collection of six pieces and 13 references, and there are three brand-new in-house movements involved. It’s definitely not a homage to some watches from the past. Instead it’s a fresh modern take on haute horlogerie of XXI century.

14 Jan 2019 Event
Vacheron Constantin shows its wild side at SIHH

The unique pieces from the Mécaniques Sauvages line clearly demonstrate the brand’s prowess not only in complex mechanics but also in ages-old decorative techniques.

11 Jan 2019 Legends
Longines produces its 50,000,000th timepiece

To commemorate such a milestone the brand with a 185-years history has created a unique piece for the Longines Master Collection. The watch is not meant for sale, instead it goes straight to the Longines Museum's, housed within the company's walls in Swiss Saint-Imier.

10 Jan 2019 Trends
Top 10 watches of 2018: The editors pick

With a holiday season left behind, it’s time for our own best-of-the-best list. So, here you go, there’s our ten favorite watches from 2018 chosen with no ties to some particular concepts or price categories, and listed in no particular order. How can love be measured, after all?

9 Jan 2019 Technologies
Jacquemarts and automata: It’s alive!

If the world of luxury watches is the last stronghold of classical mechanics in today’s digital world, then the timepieces with jacquemarts and automata are indeed a sacred temple, hidden beneath its fortified walls. What other complication can be so ridiculously old-fashioned, yet extremely cute and fun, like tiny figures moving to the strikes of the gong?

29 Dec 2018 Lifestyle
New Zealand: Where summer comes in winter

Turn the routine upside-down and take a flight to where December, January, and February are the warmest and sunniest months of the year. Witness the perfection of the untouched wilderness, walk the Hobbit’s paths from The Lord of the Rings movies, and go yachting or surfing.