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Switzerland’s Foundation of Fine Horology creates guide to 2019-20 watch trends

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Publication identifies key fashions from this year’s new releases and gives a hint towards where the industry is heading next.

2019 WATCH TREND REPORT: Baselworld and Beyond

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After 50 brand presentations at Baselworld, WatchPro picks out the recurring themes that retailers will encounter this year.

Watch trend-spotting at SIHH

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WatchPro reveals the styles of watches that will be setting the pace in 2019.

WATCH TRENDS: Living Coral revealed as 2019’s Pantone colour of the...

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Prepare for an explosion of blush pinks at Baselworld and SIHH as the colour Living Coral, which was named as the Pantone Colour of...

Top watch business trends to take to the bank this holiday...

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The watch category registered its highest first-half sales in three years, with sales up eight percent versus last year, writes Reginald Brack, executive director, industry...

THE BIG INTERVIEW: NPD watches and luxury analyst outlines key trends...

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The United States appears to have turned a corner after three bruising years for retailers of luxury watches. Reginald Brack, Executive Director, Industry Analyst...

TRENDS: British fashion watch brands revive 1960s trend for square watches

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Olivia Burton, Henry London and Larsson and Jennings are pressing retailers and consumers to get over their fear of square watches. There is perceived wisdom...

2017 Watch Trends, Part 6: Vintage Cream; Healthy Bronze and Connected...

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In the final part of his round-up of trends to watch from Baselworld, WatchPro managing editor Rob Corder picks out examples of historic re-issues...

Central London retail rents rise 48% as demand for prime positions...

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Central London was the hottest retail market in Europe last year, with more store openings than in any other country. The cost of doing business...

2017 Watch Trends Part 5: Small is Beautiful; More Bang for...

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After a week at Baselworld studying the 2017 collections of 100 watch brands, WatchPro managing editor Rob Corder shares his thoughts on what the...