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Retro Revival

The world of horology is filled with innovative timepieces, intricate designs, clever mechanisms and boundary-pushing pieces. Brands are consistently creating new ways to ensure that their customers have the best…
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Dial Up The Colour

Colour has always had significance within art, film, fashion, interiors, and of course, horology. For quite a few years, it has been all about the blue dial. Sleek, elegant and not too far removed from classic black, it is understandable that it is a popular choice for many a watch collector. However, we have started to see a variety of new hues creeping in to collections and it seems that blue is no longer the only go-to for dials.
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The Art Of The Watch

Inspiration comes from many different places throughout many different walks of life. Nature, architecture, people, history and even art itself can become the driving force or first spark into creating something truly unique. This is true in the horology world too, and art and art movements helped watch designers to create and shape contemporary and modern pieces that feel as though they are steeped in history. We take a look at some of our favourite watches and the inspiration behind them
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First Look: Vacheron Constantin’s Collections

Vacheron Constantin has one of the most storied histories in Swiss watchmaking and the brand has maintained its timeless prestige with its latest launches at the digital-only 2020 Watches & Wonders. This year, it takes us to a world of ‘L’Imaginaire’, taking as its inspiration the power of imagination to dream of the seemingly impossible and then deploying those cutting-edge innovations in its watchmaking. And we can assure you that the results are every bit as exciting as they sound.
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First Look: A. Lange & Sohne’s Collection

A Lange & Söhne is justifiably renowned for its elegant, luxurious fine timepieces. The company was founded in Germany back in 1845, when watchmaker Ferdinand Adolph Lange began creating exquisite pocket watches that were coveted by collectors across the globe – and the ethos and reputation of the company hasn’t changed since then. Since its relaunch in 1990, the brand has created just a few thousand watches every year, always with the very finest materials.
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First Look: Cartier’s Collections

When It comes to high-end jewellery and luxury watches, few brands stir the emotions as much as Cartier. Every year, the release of its new timepieces never fails to surprise and enchant. At the all-digital 2020 Watches & Wonders event, the horology house delivered yet again, with fresh takes on its Pasha de Cartier, Santos de Cartier, Santos-Dumont, Maillon de Cartier and Cartier Privé Tank Asymétrique designs.
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