The Swiss manufacturer expands its lineup with new 1858 Automatic, Automatic Chronograph and Geosphere models in bronze and steel.
Smaller cases, brighter dials, less macho marketing.
This year’s SIHH saw watch companies developing exciting new movements and innovative takes on classic complications.
We saw a great mix of watches on Day Three of SIHH, though it was mostly the complicated pieces that tended to stand out.
Value takes on a new meaning in the world of high luxury watches — especially at SIHH, one of the world’s premier watch events.
The place to follow all of our coverage from the world’s most exclusive luxury watch show, Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie.
If you know Greubel Forsey, you know the brand makes pretty big watches.
Powered by a new movement and presented in a rich blue color, Laurent Ferrier’s new annual calendar is a dream of a timepiece.
Audemars Piguet’s new line of watches is controversial, but a best effort so far at creating something distinctly new.
Several new additions to the IWC pilot’s watch offer something for everybody, including complicated movements, bronze cases and more.
At SIHH 2019 we’ve seen a number of watches updated with bronze cases.
From Montblanc’s Heritage Pulsograph to a new, slimmed down Panerai Submersible, here’s the best of what we saw on day two of SIHH.
This guilloché enamel-dialed beauty takes the charm and sophistication of a moon phase complication to the next level.
As it breaks the Submersible line off away from the Luminor collection, Panerai introduces a 42mm diver with decidedly modern touches.