The hottest products that have us excited this July.
Author - Michael Sonsino
Director Francis Ford Coppola gives the collector-centric watchmaker a helping hand.
This will be the last unique Ref. 15202 made by Audemars Piguet.
Tudor show off their metal working prowess and developments to their master chronometer.
Kross Studio give Looney Tunes the limited edition collector’s set treatment.
Combining one of horology’s top end complications with a stylish enamel fumé dial.
The Chronomaster is reimagined in a vintage style harking back to the original A386.
This ultra-thin skeleton watch with double moonphase shows how refined and elegant skeletons can be.
Changing the narrative around sustainable watches by using reclaimed materials in their timepieces.
Baltic pride themselves on responsible watchmaking inspired by the Founder’s father.
The artisans at the Micro Artist Studio turn their attention to the skies for their latest engraved...
Featuring a skeleton cut out of Great Britain on the dial, the ‘Let It Be’ Maestro is both quirky...
A combination of diving and dress watch styles that lives for sunny weather and luxury yachts.
Seikos seem to be the time traveller’s choice of wristwear as the iconic film features three of...
From intricate artworks to a bejewelled Nautilus, these are the highlights of the Patek Philippe...
Minute Repeaters are a prestigious complication and Patek Philippe have introduced three at once.
A sportier, more contemporary take on the legendary French Air Force timepiece.
The stylish diver gets a new sizing, making it ideal for more wrists this summer.