Watchmakers from the publicly listed groups are often accused of being slow-moving and conservative while privately-owned brands are more nimble and innovative. Richemont’s Vacheron Constantin is proving to be the exception that rule, and is being rewarded with growing enthusiasm from consumers and retail partners across the world and particularly in the United States.
How many clocks and watches do you think Junghans has made since its creation in 1861? 5 million? 20 million? 50 million? Incredibly, the...
WATCHPRO usually tells the stories of the biggest retailers through our Big Interview articles, but this month we are learning about a brand new business at the very beginning of its journey.
After a tumultuous 2020, Switzerland's biggest watchmaker is in recovery mode for 2021.
Over the past five years, the Swiss watchmaking industry is estimated to have spent over half a trillion dollars supporting Formula 1; probably the most lucrative partnership in sport. Its intoxicating mix of drama, precision engineering, split second timing, passion and a massive global television audiences make it an irresistible promotional platform, as Caroline Reid discovers.
2018 will forever be the year when the secondary market for prestige timepieces got serious. The numbers are impossible to ignore. Swiss watchmakers will...
The pandemic has driven every auctioneer to improve its online service, and eBay is not standing still either.
GQ and Vanity Fair contributor Simon de Burton recalls halcyon days cruising a windswept seafront in the icy northeast of England; sparking up a doobie, perhaps, using a Cartier lighter and cocooned in a Cartier edition Lincoln Continental.
WATCHPRO's Rob Corder takes a tour of Xupes's stylish headquarters and discovers a steely eye for detail.
Swiss watchmaker describes life in lock down and its plans to bounce back later this year.