Oris is known for its appreciation of nature, as evidenced by its banning of single-use plastic at its headquarters, surrounded by pristine forest. Now the company has taken its natural inspiration a step further, creating the Big Crown ProPilot X Calibre 115 watch.
The Rugby World Cup is only a couple of weeks away, kicking off in Japan on 20 September, and it’s no surprise that Tudor are the Official Timekeeper. The Tudor Black Bay Dark is the ideal piece to mark the occasion.
In 1969, a trilogy of El Primero timepieces marked the launch of the first watches powered by an automatic chronograph movement. Fifty years later, it has been brought to life once again in the form of the special edition A384 Revival.
This year marks the 76th year of the Venice Film Festival and it is the 15th year that Jaeger-Le-Coultre is the event’s partner. The Reverso One is the perfect watch for the stars to wear on the red carpet.
Thousands of visitors are expecting to visit the Goodwood Revival Festival to see classic cars racing, vintage warbirds and track parades. Rolex is the Official Timekeeper so there’s no better watch to be wearing than the 40mm Oystersteel and yellowgold Cosmograph Daytona
Panerai’s long association with the sea The Florentine brand famously started out by supplying military-grade diver’s watches, named the Radiomir, to the Italian Navy during the Second World War. Today,…
Attention aviation enthusiasts: we’re excited to announce our first limited-edition Watches of Switzerland wristwatch in partnership with IWC Schaffhausen. Our Luxury Watch Buyer, Lisa Broun, introduces the IWC Watches of Switzerland…