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The final figures are in for a record year for the Swiss watch industry with exports in December rising by 5.8% compared to the same month in 2021 and full year exports rising by 11.4% to CHF 24.8 billion.
Few brands are as tightly associated with the golden age of jet travel as Breitling, with its Navitimer gracing the wrists of pilots since intercontinental flying became possible for a typical family thanks, in part, to the growing size and range of iconic aircraft like the Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet.
The team behind AVI-8’s latest chronograph has paid homage to one of the most celebrates and utilized fighter jets in military history.
America’s first AP House opened in the spring of 2022 in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.
Housed in the regenerated Battersea Power Station shopping mall, IWC has combined its past present and future into one showroom.
Swatch Group CEO Nick Hayek admits he has been surprised by the demand for MoonSwatches, and said the company had not been able to ramp up supply to keep pace despite two facilities running around the clock producing them.
Even Rolex and its authorized dealers, which do not sell online, offer a version of click and collect, so why not Swatch with its MoonSwatch?
Panerai has been partnering with Brabus since 2021, and the alignment is extending into 2023 with the launch of a Submersible S Brabus Verde Militare Edition.
The most famous brothers in world watchmaking, Bremont co-founders Nick and Giles English, are looking forward to a high growth future following a £48.4 million funding round.
Cellini and its owner Leon Adams are uniquely respected by watch-loving Manhattanites, with collectors, celebrities and financial masters of the universe beating a path to the Park Avenue showroom to try on watches from low-volume artisan independent watchmakers they cannot find anywhere else in the city.