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Hearst closes QP magazine and Salon QP

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Once a mighty specialist glossy for luxury watch collectors, the title has struggled in the face of growing digitization of the media landscape.

QUICKFIRE Q&A: Fratello’s Robert-Jan Broer explains why the title is moving...

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Fratellowatches.com has become the latest online watch magazine to pivot into e-commerce. The shopping site launches today with a limited edition Frederique Constant watch the first item up for sale.

Fratello follows Hodinkee in launching limited edition on a new ecommerce...

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The Netherlands-based watch blog, and creator of Speedy Tuesday, is collaborating with Frederique Constant to launch its online shop.

Hodinkee gets into the book publishing business

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Coffee table tome covers everything from the history of watches, to dive watches, travel-time watches, military watches, ladies' watches, dress watches, chronographs, and iconic watches.

Evolution continues at Revolution

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Global watch magazine appoints Nathalie Naintre as head of all operations across North, Central and South America.

Omega appoints Hodinkee as an authorized dealer

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Line between media company and retailer blurs even more as the world's second biggest watch brand signs-up.

Ed Sheeran splurges on 80 Tudor Black Bay watches for his...

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Singer and song-writer reveals he has become a passionate watch collector since the success of his first album in 2011.

Hodinkee appoints Joe Thompson as its first ever executive editor

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Thompson will be responsible for overseeing the overall day-to-day editorial operations at the brand’s website.

Hodinkee unveils limited edition collaboration with Montblanc

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Only 25 pieces have been made, and they are available for $30,000 exclusively in the Hodinkee Shop and select Montblanc boutiques in USA.

IN DEPTH: The continuing practice of special edition watches made for...

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Exclusivity and scarcity are everything in the world of luxury watches and special editions made for select retailers tick both boxes for the brands and their partners