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.
IWC Schaffhausen has a remarkable heritage in the field of pilot’s watches, and it is one of the very few high-end brands that continue to make timepieces within this much-loved genre.
We talk to Beppe Ambrosini, IWC brand manager for Italy, on how politics can affect luxury commodities such as prestige watches.
The Portugieser Hand-Wound Eight Days Edition “75th Anniversary” by IWC shows just how successful the re-edition of a historic watch can be.
Traditional techniques still dominate the area of high watchmaking, but a few brands are making watches that look like something out of this world.
The best of the week's watches at Baselworld 2016
The Samsung Gear S2 by de Grisogono is a surprising circular smartwatch framed by jewels.
Timepieces linked to aviation through their history, and whose visual characteristics have become a hallmark of the pilot’s watches genre.
A watch that expresses IWC’s pilot’s watch heritage to perfection, in a 100-piece limited edition.
IWC Schaffhausen’s first boutique in the UK is logically on New Bond Street in London, home to many luxury watch brands. It opened on 19 December 2014, just in time for the last round of Christmas shopping.