Piaget celebrates the 60th anniversary of the record-winning Altiplano watch with a series of new models, all hallmarked by their slim elegance, now enhanced by daring colour. An interview with Frank Touzeau from Piaget.

Montblanc Summit is the brand’s first smartwatch, and it has something that sets it apart from the competition. It looks really spectacular, combining the sophisticated, classical style of Montblanc’s traditional timepieces with the very latest wearable technology.

The new 2017 Montblanc collection is based primarily on motorsports and chronometry, with watches ranging from accessible entry-level pieces to exclusive watches with high technical content. LUXOS talks to Jens Henning Koch, Executive Vice President.

Watch brand MCT have created a new version of their Sequential One, incorporating some of the darkest, tinted material in the world, Vantablack, in a design created in collaboration with artist Anish Kapoor.

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

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