From the dawn of horological history, there have been important links between timepieces and the sea. We take a look at five watches that celebrate the maritime heritage in different ways. 

Blue dials have been around for a long time, but for many watch brands, they were part of the choice provided to customers who for the most part opted for the classic silver-toned dial. But this year, many brands are presenting watches with blue dials as a fundamental piece in the collection.

A new series of three-hand watches that approaches an important customer group: women

Van Cleef & Arpels recreate nature on a watch, with a surprising degree of interactivity

 The Richard Mille RM 50-03 McLaren F1, presented at SIHH, is the world’s lightest split seconds tourbillon chronograph

Would you like a cappuccino?

The 38-millimetre Omega Speedmaster is ideal for smaller wrists, with a magnificent array of Sedna gold and diamonds.

The latest timepiece with a name that has entered the realms of legend

Jean Bienaymé describes some of the latest watch innovations by Van Cleef & Arpels.

Chronographs that are designed to do the job.

A look into the turbulent and dramatic history that shaped Glashütte into the town it is today