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Omega: The Ambition of Its Founder
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Omega: The Ambition of Its Founder

When Louis Brandt founded Omega in 1848, his ambition was to make the most precise watches in the world. A successful goal, in particular thanks to the iconic calibers of the house! Louis Brandt, The Founder of Omega 1848. Louis Brandt founded the company in La Chaux de Fonds in the canton of Neuchâtel, which...

Rolex Presents Its ‘Explore’ Icon At The Bon Marché
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Rolex Presents Its ‘Explore’ Icon At The Bon Marché

Until August 14, 2020, Rolex will present “A watch born for exploration” – an event exhibition that traces the thread of one of the most iconic watches in its repertoire. The Rolex Explorer. Rolex, Everest And The Explorer Watch Rolex quickly knew how to put their watchmaking craft at the service of human exploration. Real...

The BR 0392 Diver Full Lum from Bell & Ross
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The BR 0392 Diver Full Lum from Bell & Ross

Bell & Ross completed the iconic BR 0392 DIVER collection with the BR 0392 Diver Full Lum. A technical watch, coupled with a powerful and elegant graphic! The BR 0392 Diver from Bell & Ross, Diving Icon You can recognize a Bell & Ross watch at a glance – it’s the aesthetic power that made...

Harry Winston Presents their New 2020 Watch Arrivals
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Harry Winston Presents their New 2020 Watch Arrivals

When he does not handle diamonds with extreme dexterity, Harry Winston shines with his skill in sublimating timepieces. With its new watchmaking 2020s showcase fine jewelry and fascinating complications! Harry Winston, The Premier Collection Launched in 1989, the Premier collection was the first watch collection to leave the Harry Winston workshops. Rich in his exceptional...

The Iconic Omega Watch: The Moonwatch Speedmaster
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The Iconic Omega Watch: The Moonwatch Speedmaster

The watch is much sought after for its beauty and its history. It was this watch that walked on the Moon, on Buzz Aldrin’s wrist.  Before becoming the Moonwatch, the iconic Omega watch was called the Speedmaster. It was after walking on the Moon, on Buzz Aldrin’s wrist, that it  took the name of Moonwatch....

The Omega Craft: The Tourbillon
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The Omega Craft: The Tourbillon

The tourbillon is one of the most fascinating horological complications. Since 1947 it has distilled one of the key skills of the watchmaking universe – that of the house of Omega. The Tourbillon And The Watchmaking Revolution It is to Abraham-Louis Bréguet that we owe the first tourbillon in watchmaking history, in 1801. The pioneer...

The Hublot Logo, Seal The Fusion
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The Hublot Logo, Seal The Fusion

Hublot is a master in the art of fusion – or when the use of new materials leads to innovation in watchmaking art. Hublot Watches Mergers From 1980 and its foundation by Carlo Crocco, the Hublot house stood out in the fusion of innovative and unexpected materials. First there is his mantra, ‘the art of...

The Big Bang E By Hublot, A Connected Icon
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The Big Bang E By Hublot, A Connected Icon

The most iconic watch in the Hublot repertoire breaks down a new frontier with the Big Bang E. A brand new version of the icon, this time changed into a connected watch. Hublot, The Fusion Between Digital And Traditional Materials As we know, Hublot carries “the art of fusion” at the heart of his creation....

The Two New Blancpain Watches
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The Two New Blancpain Watches

Blancpain’s Villeret collection is completed with two new watches – an interpretation of the Villeret Ultraplate and Villeret Quantième Complete models. The New Blancpain Villeret Watches Imagined in the early 80s, the Villeret collection by Blancpain displayed all its elegance around a double apple case with a fine silhouette, a sober dial, applied hour-markers shaped...

The New Hermès Arceau Skeleton Watch
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The New Hermès Arceau Skeleton Watch

An even more poetic vision of the Arceau icon, all in transparency. The Watch to See and Have In 1978 when Henri d’Origny imagined for Hermès a watch in the image of the house, he brought into his repertoire a piece that played happily between fantasy and classicism. With this typography of figures inspired by...