Zeon's relaunch of Ingersoll was bold and assured.
Chanel has been quietly developing its first in-house movement and first men's watch, the Monsieur de Chanel, for five years with the help of master watchmaker Romain Gauthier. The retro minute numerals are a bespoke typeface.
Salvatore Ferragamo's Cuore Ferragamo, with 'beating heart' complication.
Gc introduced elegant, fun painted mother of pearl dials.
A strong contender for the best value watch of Baselworld 2016. This Seiko Presage in-house chronograph with Urushi lacquer dial will cost just £1,900.
Bulova introduced the world's first curved chronograph movement in an equal curved case. Seriously comfortable and different enough to capture the public's attention.
Baselworld at 9am is a busy place.
Fossil relaunched its owned Zodiac brand using the template of the brand's mid-20th century diving back catalogue with some contemporary touches.
Links of London's Sweetie is a tactile proposition.
Folli Follie skeletonised it Santorini Flower
Swarovski added the sparkle of 10,000 crystals to its already glittering stand
Faberge followed up its impressive debut at Basel last year, with the intriguing hidden jumping hour and dial-side rotor of the DTZ.
Maurice Lacroix surprised many by being one of the few exhibitors to release an entirely new collection, the sporty Aikon.
Rotary added to the progression of blue from trend to core colour with this Les Originales Legacy Automatic