First launched in 2017, Horological Machine No.7 returns in a titanium case with a green sapphire crystal bezel, limited to 50 pieces. The organic jellyfish-inspired design of HM7 Aquapod is counter-balanced by the mechanical horology within; a central flying tourbillon tops the concentric vertical movement architecture, with indications radiating out from the centre.Read more…
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The very first editions of Legacy Machine No.2 included a version in 18k red gold. Six years later, the LM2 Red Gold Blue is the last-ever LM2 to be crafted in this precious metal. Only 12 pieces make up this limited edition, distinguished from previous LM2s thanks to a deep blue dial plate. The stars of the LM2 are undoubtedly the dual ‘flying’ balance wheels. These two fully independent regulating systems, each beating at their own rate, are averaged out by the central planetary differential.
£124,400 / €137,000 / $156,000
The ultra-thin self-winding Ladies First Perpetual Calendar is now available in a new white-gold model that complements the rose-gold version.
The women’s Sport Fashion M3 wristwatch from Mercedes-Benz combines the stainless steel housing with a feminine rose gold-coloured PVD coating, white leather strap and a white ceramic bezel.
The stars, and the time they measure, have seen many stories start and end.
Mysterious and discreet, the Regent Royal Black Knight is a steel masterpiece set with 2,106 black diamonds on its case and bracelet using the serti neige technique.
Breitling took to the Wheels and Waves festival in Biarritz for the launch of its Premier Wheels and Waves Limited Edition watch. The brand also celebrated its links to two thrilling sports – motorcycling and surfing. Read more…
The flagship of the new Design Watch Collection from Mercedes-Benz is the new Automatic-Chronograph watch for men, which is as sporty as it is functional.
Meerson has presented its first limited edition: Pop’Art. With this series of watches, French designer Alexandre Meerson fuses the design and craft of Meerson’s Altitude dress watch with his daring and vibrant interpretation of Pop Art.
A maximum of 100 numbered Pop’Art pieces will be handcrafted in Switzerland to create this 2019 limited edition release. Owners can choose from six original dial designs, two different case materials (solid gold or mirror-polished titanium), plus select their made-to-measure strap and personal engraving.
From £23,000 / €25,660 / $28,785 in titanium and £34,500 / €38,400 / $43,00 in solid gold