This week, the Palexpo facility in Geneva, Switzerland, will become the center of the watch world for the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, or SIHH, a luxury watch show rivaled only by BaselWorld in relevance and prestige. We’ve got a team on the ground, there to bring you the most exciting releases. Follow our coverage here, and also be sure to check out Instagram. We’ll be posting to our feed throughout the week.
We saw a great mix of watches on Day Three of SIHH, though it was mostly the complicated pieces that tended to stand out, from Greubel Forsey’s Balancier Contemporain to Jaeger LeCoultre’s Master Ultra Thin Moon Enamel. That being said, we’re still obsessing over IWC’s updates to it’s Pilot’s Watch line, including the Spitfire Automatic, which brings an in-house movement to a classic military aesthetic.
This Swiss Watch Maker’s Newest Release Has Us Falling for an Obscure New Material
The Galet Traveller features a dual-time aperture, a gorgeous opaline dial, a small-seconds subdial and enough smooth style to sink a boat.
This Is One of the Most Elegant Executions of a Moon Phase Watch That We’ve Seen in Quite a While
This guilloché enamel-dialed beauty takes the charm and sophistication of a moon phase complication to the next level.
Like the IWC Automatic Spitfire? You’ll Love it With an In-House Movement
Available in bronze and in steel, the new Spitfire Automatics feature the IWC-manufactured 32110 calibre and vintage aesthetics.
One of Our Favorite New Watches from Vacheron Constantin’s Fiftysix Collection Gets a Cool Blue New Look
Vacheron's entry-level Fiftysix Collection gets an upgrade with the addition of a new Self-Winding and Complete Calendar in blue.
Greubel Forsey Fit an Incredible Amount of Engineering Into This 39.6mm Watch
If you know Greubel Forsey, you know the brand makes pretty big watches. The new Balancier Contemporain is its first piece under 40mm.