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German watch brand Elysee is hoping to ramp up its presence in the UK with the appointment of a specialist distributor. The Dusseldorf-based company says it has dipped its toe into UK waters by working directly with online retailers Watch...
An emerging watch brand, created in the boom town of Dubai, is expanding across Europe and heading for the UK, according to its managing director Feras Al Hussni. The B360 watch company launched its first collection in 2010, but is...
Maurice Lacroix is motoring into Baselworld this year with its oversized Pontos S Supercharged chronograph. The Swiss manufacturer’s description of the watch is laced with automotive overtones designed to appeal to car and racing enthusiasts. The Pontos S Supercharged is...
German watchmaker Kudoke is taking the skeletonised dial concept to a new level with the creation of a timepiece that uses bone-shaped elements in the design and even the movement of its watch. Stefan Kudoke has built a reputation for...
Town centre shop vacancy rates have fallen below 14% for the first time since July 2010. The small drop from 14.1% in November to 13.9% in December is described as “very significant” by Matthew Hopkinson, director at the Local Data...
The first issue of WatchPro in 2014 is now available to view online or download to your iPad, Kindle or Android tablet. The January edition was guest edited by WatchWarehouse managing director Craig Rebuck as part of an annual tradition...
Two-thirds of shoppers in London prefer to buy luxury goods, such as watches, in stores rather than online. A survey conducted by new luxury jewellery trade exhibition Luxury by IJL asked Christmas shoppers in central London where they preferred to...
Registration opened today for next year’s London Watch Show (click here to register). The 2014 exhibition, which takes place on July 6-7, will once again be held at the stunning Freemasons’ Hall in the heart of London’s Covent Garden. A reconfiguration...
Rolex has become the third coolest brand in Britain according to the annual CoolBrands list. The luxury watchmaker earned a podium place in the list that is this year topped by Apple and Aston Martin. No other watch brands feature...