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With Tiffany sales included for the first time, the division recorded revenue in 2021 of almost €9 billion.
Seiko's 140th anniversary last year was an opportunity to roll out its greatest hits of recent decades and few were more welcome than a recreation of the 1965 King Seiko KSK in a limited edition of 3,000. Now the model has gone mainstream as part of the core collection.
The king is dead ... long live the king. Like the replacement of Rolex's Submariner in 2020, the new Royal Oaks are more about an upgrade to a new generation of movement than tampering too much with a design classic.
The Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry is not given to exuberant outpourings of emotion, but Champagne corks should be flying across the Jura Valley as the bean counters confirm 2021 as an all-time record breaker.
Panerai has unveiled a completely new style of flagship store that will be a template for boutiques around the world.
G-SHOCK is known for delighting its collectors and fans with limited edition watches in collaboration with iconic brands and nostalgic throwbacks and 2022 looks certain to continue the success story thanks to a new version of the GA-2100 with styling from 1970s playground sensation, the Rubik’s Cube.
HYT Hastroid is instantly recognizable as a successor to the previous generation of timekeepers and is said to be the forerunner for a new fleet of HYT watches.
Bulgari has distilled all of its goldsmithing, gemsetting, artistry, history and horological expertise into a suite of exquisitely fine jewelry timepieces added to its 2022 Serpenti, Lvcea and ladies Octo Roma collections.
If this is to be Audemars Piguet chief executive François-Henry Bennahmias' final full year in charge, he will leave the business in rude health.
2022 marks the 50th anniversary of Porsche Design and in looking back at what has been a half century of success, the business is bringing back the Chronograph 1. Porsche Design has described the comeback as one of the highlights...