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Introducing the Romain Jerome RJ x Hello Kitty Watch

Introducing the Romain Jerome RJ x Hello Kitty Watch

Romain Jerome is no stranger to lifting prolific pop culture icons for its Generational Icons line of wristwatches, which has, for the most part, run the gamut of nostalgic toys from Batman to Super Mario and most recently, Pokémon. Now the watchmaker has introduced a cartoon timepiece specifically for ladies, ...

Introducing the Piaget Altiplano 60th Anniversary Pocket Watch

Introducing the Piaget Altiplano 60th Anniversary Pocket Watch

Ultra-thin watchmaking has become, to some extent, a more dynamic category in the market today, with several brands joining the arms race. But it’s been 60 years since the watchmaker synonymous with ultra-thins, Piaget, unveiled the first of its fantastically slim Altiplano watches. It was powered by the 2mm-high ...

The True Story of Roger Dubuis (1938-2017)

The True Story of Roger Dubuis (1938-2017)

In the early 2000s, one of the hottest watch brands in the world was Roger Dubuis, a company that borrowed some of the best historical ideas in watchmaking and made it sexy for the 21st century. At the peak just before the 2008 recession, over 450 employees in its expansive Geneva factory produced some 25,000 watches ...

Introducing the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Frosted Gold 41mm

Introducing the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Frosted Gold 41mm

Audemars Piguet introduced the Royal Oak Frosted Gold last year to commemorate the 40thanniversary of the first ladies’ Royal Oak, yet the watch garnered significant attention from a male audience despite being aimed squarely at women. In fact, at SIHH earlier this year, AP boss Francois-Henry Bennahmias was wearing ...

Up Close with the MB&F Legacy Machine Split Escapement

Up Close with the MB&F Legacy Machine Split Escapement

The MB&F Legacy Machine Split Escapement (“LM SE” for short) is perhaps the most practical of the Legacy Machines, showing the time, date and power reserve on the front, and a beautifully decorated movement on the back. And the fact that the calibre is derived from the movement inside the impressive, but ...

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