Luxury Watch

How Rolex Ruled The Watch World For A Century
There have been no new Rolex watches in 2020, but that hasn't stopped aficionados of ‘the Crown’ speculating on what they will do next
Tag Heuer Unveils Its Second 160th Anniversary Carrera Chronograph
Marking 160 years since the founding of the company, the limited edition Montreal model revisits the 1970s heyday of Jack Heuer's legendary chronograph
Searching For Meaning In The Watch Industry
As Breitling relaunches the Chronomat collection, CEO Georges Kern asks whether the watch industry is about to change forever
Audemars Piguet’s Museum Brings Together Haute Horology And The World’s Hippest Starchitect
Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet is set to launch in Switzerland's Vallée de Joux later this year
Omega’s Antimagnetic Tourbillon Is A Watchmaking Breakthrough
The Bienne brand rolls two firsts into one fiery rose-gold watch – reinforcing its reputation for horological ingenuity with the Omega De Ville Tourbillon Numbered Edition
Jaeger-leCoultre Rings The Changes With Three New Chiming Watches
Idiosyncratic, certainly, but quite possibly indispensable when your phone dies, chiming watches have been Jaeger Le-Coultre's business for 150 years. Now it has relaunched its 70-year-old Memovox alarm watch with a brand new function and announced another instalment in its chiming Master Grand Tradition series