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Newsletter - ¡Que viva México!

Newsletter ¡Que viva México!

This year, WorldTempus is once again making the trip to the SIAR in Mexico City.

The SIAR (Salón Internacional de Alta Relojería), Latin America’s foremost watch fair, opens its doors in Mexico City tomorrow. This year GMT Magazine’s editor-in-chief, Brice Lechevalier, will be covering all the news from WorldTempus partners direct from the fair. Today he gives us an insight into the motivations of exhibitors and local visitors, while tomorrow and Saturday he introduces some of the limited editions to be unveiled at the SIAR.

« Ce mois-ci, gagnez une montre Eterna pour dames »

Parmigiani Fleurier celebrates its 20th anniversary this year with the launch of the Tonda Chronor Anniversaire, a flyback chronograph that is as stunning from the outside as it is remarkable within. Our contributor David Chokron tells us more about this exceptional watch in an article you can read on Wednesday. On Thursday I’ll be taking a look at the one-off pieces created by independent watchmaker Kerbedanz. Michèle Brunner will be introducing the Tiffany East West® Automatic, which has been shortlisted for this year’s Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève in the Petite Aiguille category. In fact, the big announcement is fast approaching.

If you’ve had your fill of elections, consider controlling your irritation for just a little while longer – you still have two weeks to vote for your favourite entry for the GPHG 2016. All 72 shortlisted watches can be found on our special page so go ahead and pick your favourite. You have two options: you can go to the official site, gphg.org, where you have the opportunity to take part in the Public Prize vote, which grants automatic entry into a draw to win a one-week Mediterranean cruise for two, generously offered by MSC Cruises; and you can also take our survey by voting for your favourite watch in each category, and see instantaneously whether your tastes are shared by our other visitors.

Finally, we are proud to be the media partner of the 7th Biennale du Patrimoine Horloger, which takes place in Le Locle and La Chaux-de-Fonds on Saturday 5 November. It’s a unique opportunity to penetrate some of the mysteries of the watchmaking world.

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