A. Lange & Söhne pays tribute to the Moon
In 2014, the Saxony-based brand presented its RICHARD LANGE PERPETUAL CALENDAR “Terraluna”, a watchmaking masterpiece based on an haute complication—a model that demonstrates the brand’s fondness for moon phase displays.
Blancpain: showcasing the watchmaking arts
When it comes to the finishes of its timepieces, the Blancpain Manufacture accepts no compromises. It has proved this yet again in 2014 with new product releases that attest to an abiding attention to tradition and meticulous workmanship.
Breguet returns to the Louvre after two centuries
Loyal to its roots, Breguet is concluding an extensive program of patronage that has taken it from the Petit Trianon to the galleries of the Louvre. It was here, in 1802, that the brand’s founder, Abraham-Louis Breguet, presented his most emblematic invention: the tourbillon.
Breitling: Aviation Above All
Breitling’s affinity with the realm of aviation dates back to its early days developing precision instruments, and this age-old expertise lives on at the heart of the brand.
Cartier: from the ocean depths to a night on the town
With the Calibre de Cartier Diver, Cartier offers a dive watch that meets the brand’s technical and esthetic standards, whilst its strong, masculine lines make it an appealing timepiece for everyday wear.
Chopard, a passion for mechanics
Beautiful mechanisms, impeccable esthetics, high performance. Chopard has many points in common with the realm of motor vehicles—the main one being that they both have fast-moving futures ahead.
Girard-Perregaux: respecting tradition in innovation
Since its takeover by the Kering Group in 2011, Girard-Perregaux has clearly demonstrated its technical mastery, confirming its place among the elite in prestige watchmaking. This consummate skill shows off the young talent at its disposal.
Harry Winston—Where Dreams Take Flight
This New York-based brand is forever reinventing its sublime artistry with diamonds and precious stones. Its latest high jewelry timepieces are the perfect illustration.
Hermès, L’heure masquée
In its Dressage L’Heure Masquée model, the Parisian Maison spirits the hours away from the dial. Setting a new challenge to our perception of time, this patented composition is produced in Hermès’ own manufacture.
Jaeger-LeCoultre: uncommonly skilled
The “Grande Maison” of the Vallée de Joux brings together 180 different skills under one roof, including some rare crafts, such as enameling, gem-setting and engraving, that it preserves with passion.
Longines, galloping ahead
When, in 1878, Longines created a pocket watch bearing the engraved image of a jockey on his mount, it signaled the beginning of the brand’s long involvement in equestrian sports, uniting elegance with tradition and performance.
Omega: The Revolution is Coming
The watch brand for adventurers plans to extend its cutting edge anti-magnetic technology to all its lines. Always remembering that Omega is also about the science of esthetics.
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