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A. Lange & Söhne and artist Quentin Carnaille. When Fine Watchmaking meets Art, and watches equip themselves with the tourbillon to fight Gravity.
Kickstarter, not only a revolutionary crowdfunding platform but perhaps an incubator for necessary disruption as well.
Between 1965 and 1985, IWC wanted to create a “subdivision” of its Yacht Club collection, called SL, for a reason
A limited edition of a watchmaking classic, a french brand whose only goal is to put quality first and brings us back to the old days of sports ? Lets discover Girard Perregaux's Laureato and John Woodbridge.
Born out of a collaboration between Corum and the cymbals maker Paiste, this Bubble is amazingly audacious, just like its elders.
Lets discover a Marvin from the 50's, a bi-compax chronograph with a brighten dial and rectangular pushes. In our dreams, we're escaping to La Havana while drinking a daiquiri at El Floridita...
We tried the new Rolex Oyster Perpetual in 39 mm. Classical, sporty, robust and timeless, with a nice modern touch. And we quite love it !
Friends of chronoemtry, hello. We're here today in order to enlighten a grand and sometimes controversial subject : the chronometry certifications. Simply because a mechanical watch's precision is a necessary courtesy, and also because we do not like being late...
Film : Parmigiani x André. Focus on a limited series of Tonda 1950 with dials from the Parisian artist André.
Back on a Tissot's chronograph from 1950, the golden age of the Swiss brand, now considered a low-end manufacture.