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What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

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Rolex Watches And The Vintage Style

Excellence and exclusivity are two words tightly associated with Rolex. As a result, it is obvious that the creations that have made the legend of the house are sold at gold prices at auctions. Like Hermès’ Kelly or Birkin, Rolex watches have an undeniable value. Paul Newman’s Daytona This is the watch that has held...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

The return of the Pasha de Cartier watch: an object of carefree luxury
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The return of the Pasha de Cartier watch: an object of carefree luxury

The more than noticed return of the Cartier watchmaker, in 2020, awakens the desire for these carefree luxury timepieces! A Watch That Rewrites The Balance Of Elegance Cartier has long anchored its name in the imagination with wildly elegant creations. Playing with the codes of jewelry to better sublimate its know-how, the house of the...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

Two New TAG Heuer Watches Inspired By Ayrton Senna’s Genius
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Two New TAG Heuer Watches Inspired By Ayrton Senna’s Genius

Ayrton Senna, considered the greatest Formula 1 driver of all time, inspires TAG Heuer with two new divinely fiery watches! Ayrton Senna And TAG Heuer, A Longstanding Collaboration If the house TAG Heuer today introduces two new timepieces inspired by the genius of Ayrton Senna, is that the collaboration between these two pundits motorsport history...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

The Big Bang E UEFA Champions League
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The Big Bang E UEFA Champions League

The most prestigious of football competitions announces its return – and for the occasion, Hublot has crafted a revolutionary watch. The Big Bang E UEFA Champions League. A technological gem which, among other things, allows the referees to know if the ball has entirely crossed the line, or not. Since 2006, when Hublot entered national,...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

The New Hublot Big Bang Unico Sky Blue
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The New Hublot Big Bang Unico Sky Blue

Hublot introduces its new Big Bang Unico Sky Blue – a watch like an ode to travel between air and sea. The Hublot Big Bang Unico Sky Blue Watch The new Big Bang Unico Sky Blue introduces its celebration of the sea and the sky, cut from ceramic. An innovative material which, in addition to...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

The Classic Hublot Fusion, History of an Icon
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The Classic Hublot Fusion, History of an Icon

The most desired object of the Hublot house, the Classic Fusion is a watch with an elegant aesthetic. 2008, Year Of The Classic Fusion Cut in a sportier aesthetic, a bit more traditional, the Classic Fusion soon became a watchmaking icon. Like the Big Bang which followed it three years after, the Classic Fusion adopts...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

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The Big Bang Hublot, A Cult Watch

From 1980, Carlo Crocco defied all conventions in watchmaking with Hublot – the first icon was the Big Bang. The Big Bang, Admirable Watch Gone are the rules of the genre, the Hublot house introduced with the Big Bang the first black natural rubber strap. Each new Hublot watch becomes an opportunity to push the...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

Kylian Mbappé, Hublot Ambassador
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Kylian Mbappé, Hublot Ambassador

The first luxury house to be associated with football, Hublot made Kilian Mbappé its ambassador in 2018. Hublot, Football And Mbappé Since 2008, Hublot has declared its love for football with “Hublot loves Football”. The official timekeeper of international competitions was indeed the first luxury house to join forces with this emotional universe. Since becoming...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

Omega Celebrates the Anniversary of the First Caliber on the Moon
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Omega Celebrates the Anniversary of the First Caliber on the Moon

On July 21, 1969, the Omega house accompanied the first steps of man to the Moon – a human revolution, accompanied by the iconic caliber 321 of the Moonwatch watch. The Omega Moonwatch Caliber 321: First Caliber On The Moon On July 21, 1969, the whole world clings to their television sets to follow man’s...

What makes Rolex watches so valuable? How was Jaeger LeCoultre’s Reverso created? What is the story behind the Omega Speedmaster watch that found its way to the moon? How did Cartier make its Tank and Pasha watches true myths of modern watchmaking? Simple aesthetic questions or real innovations in the field … Icon-Icon tells you the story of the most legendary watches in watchmaking – their birth, the context of their innovation, but also the codes and logos that forge their signatures so much desired by these watchmaking houses… Icon-Icon is also interested in watches that are a bit rarer still… Watches that link sport with luxury and elegance. Like Richard Mille and his watch specifically cut to be worn by Rafael Nadal during his epic matches. The RM 027, the lightest watch in the world! Or the story of Patek Philippe and the Nautilus – the first luxury and elegant sports watch in 1976. Yes, the Watchmaking category is the ideal source to better understand the history and news of watchmaking legends. And also to understand what stands behind the ambassadors of watchmaking houses – we think of Hublot and Kylian Mbappé, or, the embodiment of the art of fusion of Hublot. The latest variations around legendary watches such as the J12 by Chanel, the Oyster or the Rolex Daytona by Steve McQueen, the Seamaster, the Moonwatch Omega… Icon-Icon also wants to go back in time to make you better understand the craze that exists around such watches. And very often, they are primarily watches that have revolutionized their field, accompanying great exploits of humanity. This is particularly true for the Rolex and Omega. Their stories are to be discovered through the articles in this category!

 

The Cartier Fine Jewelry Collection
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The Cartier Fine Jewelry Collection

Named (Sur) Naturel, the Cartier Fine Jewelry collection introduces, in 2020, an organic ode to nature – between abstraction and figuration, thanks to its exceptional craftsmanship! The 2020 Cartier Fine Jewelry Collection We know of the Cartier house due to its extraordinary talent for transfiguring the common into unparalleled jewel. Juste un Clou or the...