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Baume & Mercier is displaying a specially commissioned sculpture by Sally McKay at its outlet in Harrods Fine Watch Room this month. The installation celebrates the launch of the luxury watch brand’s Promesse ladies collection, which was launched globally in...
Swatch will add smart features more commonly associated with the tech world to its youth-oriented watches next year, the company’s chief executive has revealed in an interview with Reuters. The Swatch Touch range of fashion watches already come with large...
Chronoswiss has created a unique watch that will be auctioned to raise money for the Make-A-Wish foundation, which creates unforgettable experiences for children battling life-threatening illnesses. The one-of-a-kind timepiece, the Sirius Lion Heart, is dedicated to those children who must...
IWC Schaffhausen will be the official timekeeper of the BFI London Film Festival next month. The The Richemont Groups watch maker is a frequent supporter of cinema around the world, and welcomes the charitable role that the British Film...
LVMH shares slumped by 6% on Thursday as first half results from the luxury goods group disappointed investors. The watches and jewellery business group, which houses Tag Heuer, Hublot and Zenith, saw sales fall by 1% year-on-year, although without the...
Bremont has clarified that the BWC/01, which was promoted as the first movement created in-house by the British brand, was developed in partnership with La Joux-Perret in Switzerland. The movement has been used for the first time in Bremont’s Wright...
Asprey has added Bovet timepieces to its portfolio of prestigious watches on sale at its Bond Street boutique. The luxury store is renowned for presenting rare and historic British brands, but makes an exception for the finest Swiss watch and...
88 Rue Du Rhone is celebrating its second birthday this month. The Swiss watch brand, created by the grandsons of legendary watchmaker Raymond Weil, was officially launched on July 11, 2012, at London’s Selfridges. Pierre and Elie Bernheim have spent...
The second and final day of the London Watch Show set a new record for visitors. Footfall was up 27% over day one, and 41% higher in comparison to the second day in 2013. For the full two day show,...
The number of watches sold in the UK has been falling incrementally for the past four years, but the value of sales has been soaring, delegates at a London Watch Show seminar learned today. Jonathan Hedges, head of retail data...