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Hublot with a racing heart
26 Dec 2018
Hublot with a racing heart
Hublot and Scuderia Corsa revealed the debut of the all-new Big Bang Ferrari Scuderia Corsa personalized timepieces celebrating the first 100th victories of Scuderia Corsa, an exclusive series in a limited run of 25 pieces.
New ladies’ classic by Patek Philippe
25 Dec 2018
New ladies’ classic by Patek Philippe
Patek Philippe unveiled its new iteration of a successful collection first launched in 1999, almost two decades ago. The Twenty~4 Automatic timepieces, as you might have guessed, feature an automatic movement instead of a quartz one.
Reach for the sky
20 Dec 2018
Reach for the sky
New range of IWC Pilot’s Watches will make its debut at SIHH 2019 which takes place in Geneva from 14th to 17th January 2019. However some of the cool stuff is already revealed, including the new split-chronograph, a piece with a trademark Ceratanium case and a flagship constant-force tourbillon dedicated to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
The timeless charm of classics. Part 2
18 Dec 2018
The timeless charm of classics. Part 2
Timeless designs bear that name for a reason. Feminine silhouettes, diamonds and unmistakable sense of good taste and elegance – in some cases following the rules is never boring.
The timeless charm of classics. Part 1
14 Dec 2018
The timeless charm of classics. Part 1
Elegant feminine watches of classical design, set with just enough diamonds always remain if not the largest then at least the most balanced segment of the market. So let's not forget this while talking about the ‘next big thing’.
No complications allowed!
13 Dec 2018
No complications allowed!
Two or three central hands, clean indication, and the perfect symmetry of the dial free of the date window – the classy minimalism always remains relevant. but having set out to pick up such a watch from one of the reputable brands, you’ll likely come across an amazing fact: the industry doesn’t really strive to produce a lot of non complicated pieces. Let's try to figure out why.
Delicate power
22 Nov 2018
Delicate power
Who said that integrated metal bracelets, large bezels and other attributes of sports chic are only available to men?
A colorful splash
15 Nov 2018
A colorful splash
Restrained elegance never goes out of fashion. And yet sometimes the soul earns for something more festive and carnival-minded. Let’s take a look at some of the most juicy colors at todays market.
Moderate sizes strike back
31 Oct 2018
Moderate sizes strike back
The rule of huge watches is finally coming to an end, or at least goes on a some kind of pause. Maybe the market has got enough, or maybe it is the demand of numerous asian customers, but the Swiss are already changing the long-running paradigm. So we’d better start getting used to the new norm testing the masculinity-depends-on-the-size rule along the way.
Green is the New Black. Part 2
23 Oct 2018
Green is the New Black. Part 2
We continue the talk about one of the 2018 main trends. Previously considered among the exotic, green color is literary everywhere taking no prisoners and bringing a new meaning and feeling to the men’s watches. Here is the second part of our Editor's pick.
His Majesty the Green
16 Oct 2018
His Majesty the Green
It seems like 2018 is the year of green. Previously considered among the exotic, this hue is literary everywhere taking no prisoners and bringing a new meaning and feeling to the men’s watches. Here is the first part of our Editor's pick.
Nomos Orion gets color treatment
12 Oct 2018
Nomos Orion gets color treatment
The Orion collection by Nomos has recently introduced green and blue-colored dials, or, as the brand calls them Olive gold and Midnight blue.