Today, the rugged charm of the pilot’s watch is no longer solely the preserve of those who take to the skies. All those who, lured by its accuracy, reliability and legibility, hanker after a contemporary iteration, will be fascinated by its intriguing history.
At January’s LVMH Watch Week in Dubai, Zenith released the much-anticipated follow-up to its Range Rover-inspired launch of 2016. The Zenith Defy 21 Land Rover Limited Edition is as rugged as you’d expect a tribute to the renowned all-terrain British SUV to be.
The first LVMH Swiss Watch Manufactures Exhibition in Dubai, showcased exciting new releases and displays from some of the most luxury watch brands in the world. Here, we’ve pulled together a more detailed guide to some of our favourite 2020 watches from Hublot and Zenith.
Our CEO Brian Duffy sits down with Julien Tornare, who is the CEO of Zenith to discuss the history of the brand, his role as the CEO and the industry leading El Primero celebrating its 50th anniversary.
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.