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Find out what you missed in the world of watchmaking over the past week
In this week’s editorial, our editor-in-chief Suzanne Wong talks about autumn, actually autumns as I bet you didn’t know that there are two of them – an astrological autumn and a meteorological autumn. Read on to find out more.
Eberhard & Co.
Meet Mario Peserico, CEO of Eberhard & Co., in this episode of Olivier Müller’s saga “Tribunal”. No stone is unturned in this reveal-all article. Read all about the secrets of the brand here.
This week, we learned about a watchmaking workshop solely for girls. This fun and unique experience was designed to open doors to careers that are usually occupied by men. There are numerous activities on offer, including a workshop to build your own clock and design your own watch. This great initiative makes young people aware of all the amazing career possibilities there are out there, regardless of gender stereotypes.
Expanding your Horizons © Sophie Furley/WorldTempus
This week, our editorial director Sophie Furley talks about the customer experience through Michaud’s online store. The goal is to reinforce the physical experience through an online store to offer even more to the boutique’s customers. And it works! Michaud has been able to adapt to the needs of its customers while adding value to their shopping experience. A highly personalized online service, simplified web navigation, and more accessibility to products is a winning combination. Discover all the other advantages in this article.
Store in Neuchâtel © Michaud
Did you know that the ultra-thin movement inserted into a coin was first invented by Corum? In fact, Corum is the mastermind behind many horological innovations. This article takes a look at the creative heritage of this emblematic brand with several of their additions to the world of watchmaking.
Bubble 47 X Aiiroh © Corum
Our correspondent David Chokron tells us the tale of Genus’s success in an interview with the brand’s co-founder, Catherine Henry. From design to production, organization, and blacksmithing, Genus knows how to make watches of the highest quality.
In the heart of the forge © Genus
Looking for inspiration for your holiday gifts? Don’t worry, we have the perfect buyer’s guide for you with ideas for all the watch-loving friends and family. Discover the selection made by our editorial director Sophie Furley here.
Chronographs Discover this eclectic selection of steel chronograph models put together by our new correspondent Hervé Borne. For a while now the steel sports watch has been gaining in popularity, with models popping up on wrists everywhere. Adapting to all types of occasions, the stainless steel chronograph has become a must-have accessory. Learn more here.
Navitimer B01 © Breitling
New Releases of the Week
Regarding the new releases of the week we have the Gerald Genta Arena Bi-retrograde Bulgari, the Panerai Luminor Due Tutto Oro, ArtyA NanoSapphire Bicolore and the Roger Dubuis Excalibur Liu Wei Monotourbillon.
As for our sister publications, we were able to discover the Glashütte Original SeaQ, the Hublot King power 48mm Oceanographic 4000, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Navy Seals Alarm and the HydroConquest of Longines from the third edition of our Millenium Watch Book Divers’ Edition.
From humble family beginnings Breitling grew into a major player in the world of chronographs and aviation instruments. At the dawn of a new era, the brand is poised for a legendary future.Find out more >
Bulgari has its own clear definition of excellence, which involves the perfect balance between design, added-value, quality of its products and its worldwide service. In the case of Bulgari...Find out more >
Corum takes aesthetic daring to the heights of technical perfection. Through a number of collections, drawing on the fundamentals of traditional watchmaking, the manufacture continues to pursue its...Find out more >
Since 1887, Eberhard & Co. has been synonymous with passion, innovation and attention to detail and design. These values have defined the Maison ever since it was founded.Find out more >
GENUS, a singularity of time. Pushing back the limits of watch display, the brand has established its own watchmaking ethos. It resides upon on the experience of its Master Watchmaker, author of an...Find out more >
Glashütte Original is the rightful heir to Germany’s 170 years of legacy in the art of watchmaking. Glashütte Original is an authentic high-end manufactory that outfits all of its watches with...Find out more >
From the outset, Hublot has embodied design and innovation that differ markedly from the established watchmaking order. With the impetus provided by Jean-Claude Biver, by 2004 these values had...Find out more >
Jaeger-LeCoultre: HOME OF FINE WATCHMAKING SINCE 1833. Located in the serene setting of the Vallée de Joux, our Maison radiates a unique sense of belonging. The soul of La Grande Maison is formed...Find out more >
Based in St. Imier since 1832, Longines has a long tradition in watchmaking, characterised by the elegance of its watches. Using expertise gained as the company has evolved, Longines has gradually...Find out more >
Every Panerai watch is as unique as the story it tells. Since 1860 Panerai has produced high-precision instruments and watches, developed and created to meet the most rigorous military standards....Find out more >
Independence and excellence are the cornerstones of Roger Dubuis, a Manufacture guided by its belief in living larger than life. Remarkably dynamic, Roger Dubuis has developed more than 23 totally...Find out more >
Over 150 years of watchmaking savoir-faire and technical innovation have made TAG Heuer a global reference in avant-garde sports watches. As it tracked the rise of sports demanding increasingly...Find out more >