Breguet Classique 7147
Published in Watches

In the event Classic Tour, which started in London on 4 October 2017, Breguet is highlighting its watches ideal for the modern gentleman, and in particular the Classique 7147.

Labyrinth by Hautlence
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We are all familiar with watches that tell the time, but some wrist-worn devices have very different functions. This selection presents five timepieces in which time is only a secondary consideration.

Hotel Ambassador à l'Opéra
Published in Hotels

An intimate luxury hotel amidst all the fun in Zürich.

Hotel Opera Zürich
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Next door to the world-class Opera House is your boutique hotel, set in the heart of Zürich.

HUUS Hotel Gstaad
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Your luxurious log cabin on the Bernese Alps.

Slim d’Hermès L’heure impatiente
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The new watch L’heure impatiente by Hermès continues the brand’s whimsical approach to displaying the passage of time. We talked to Laurent Dordet, CEO of La Montre Hermès, and Jean-Marc Wiederrecht, master watchmaker.

Honouring Pierre Cardin In Geneva
Published in Fashion

Pierre Cardin is honoured in Geneva at the Dukascopy Forex Event.

Time with Henry: Tudor's Power Of Design
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Tudor presented some very exciting watches at Baselworld 2017, with the Black Bay Heritage S&G adding precious metal to propel this already successful design onto a new level. Clair de Rose is a versatile women’s watch, with a totally new, classical appearance.

Time with Henry: Cartier & Its Revolutionary Movements
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We speak to Carole Forestier-Kasapi, Director of Movement Creation at Cartier.

Time with Henry: Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Dual-Wing Duomètre Chronographe
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Most chronographs follow the same basic layout, and so it’s not easy to find something original in terms of appearance and movement. Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Dual-Wing Duomètre Chronographe sets the score straight on both counts: it’s unique in concept, calibre and class.