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Editorial - The epic Easter epoch

Editorial The epic Easter epoch

Diving watches for men and women, award winners at Baselworld, but no signs of eggs or bunnies

Don’t bother looking for any further play on words – we haven’t created a section on chocolate-coloured dials, although there are an increasing number of them. Just a month ago, Baselworld 2017 was about to take place, and its innovations have already been the subject of more than a hundred articles in our columns, grouped together in the section by the same name here. It will take our editorial committee several months to discuss the majority of them, but as it will also take most of the brands several months to deliver them to the points of sale without letting their clients down, let’s treat ourselves to the luxury of taking due time to present them – a guarantee of quality.

Thus, last week, Paul O’Neil and Camille Gendre shared with you their experience in Basel on the theme of diving watches for men and women, while David Chokron analysed the metals and ceramics of the future in an article borrowed from our partner GMT magazine. The latter is also the source of an interview with Albert Bensoussan, head of the Kering Group’s watchmaking activities and notably overseeing Girard-Perregaux and Ulysse Nardin, which will be published at the end of the week. Finally, on the ski runs at Courchevel, yours truly the editor has attempted to keep up with French ski prodigy, Alexis Pinturault, Richard Mille ambassador and the happy owner of the brand new RM 035 Ultimate Edition.

One or more brands are of particular interest to you and you’re determined not to miss a morsel? Our joint GMT and WorldTempus iOS app enables you to receive solely the information concerning these particular brands as soon as they are available. This week, our American journalists Roberta Naas and Laurie Kahle respectively analyse pilots’ watches at Baselworld and bestsellers in the USA (see our dossier entitled “Best-selling watches”). Far be it from us to put all our eggs in one basket, which means there’ll also be a look at bestiary, the award-winning watches spotted at Baselworld, the great Autavia comeback at TAG Heuer, and an interview with designer Eric Kuster. It’s a short, but pleasantly busy week.

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Richard Mille did not simply try to find his place in the watchmaking world – he carved one out for himself, constantly striving not to take anything for granted, and to make innovation and extreme technical prowess his driving forces.

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