Openworking — also known as skeletonisation — involves cutting away material to reveal the mechanical artistry contained within. It is among the most exacting performances in watchmaking: cutting too much can jeopardize tolerances or affect shock resistance.
Today, each element of style speaks to the wearer’s character, silentlyexpressing the different facets of one’s personality. The watch chosen is no exception. The Classima Collection, inspired from a 1940’s museum piecein the Baume &
In 2017, Jaeger-LeCoultre is writing a new chapter in the story of its Rendez-Vous collection of women’s timepieces. Originally introduced by the Maison in 2012, Rendez-Vous is a collection bearing all the hallmarks of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Métiers Rares™ (Rare Crafts),
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the celebrated Chronograph Carrera Calibre 16 has been given a major face-lift: now available in a lighter version thanks to the use of titanium, it is contemporary and elegant in matte black with beige detailing,
The brand-new-for-2017 Panerai LAB-ID Luminor 1950 Carbotech 3 Days PAM 700 watch utilizes different materials in its movement that have reduced friction to a minimum. In fact, the brand claims that this reduction of friction should allow the movement to be “guaranteed for 50 years”
Male and female wardrobes are constructed around some essential items and major colours. The Classic Fusion Bracelet Blue falls into both categories. Firstly through the simplicity and elegance of its timeless silhouette—the case and bracelet cut out of titanium or King Gold—and then by the nuances that it assumes—blue,
Though as much as a jeweller as a watchmaker in the present day, Piaget started as a maker of timepieces. The brand scored one of its greatest hits in 1957 when it introduced the slim calibre 9P,