Timepieces

Anatomy of Fine Swiss Timepieces

Band The strap, band, or bracelet that holds your watch to your wrist. Watches are typically sized to fit wrists from 8 to 10 inches....

TIMEPIECES: Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionelle Small Seconds, Classic and Timeless

A tribute to the creations by the Manufacture during the period running from the 1930s to the 1950s, the Patrimony Traditionnelle small seconds watch...

Harry Winston #Timepiece, Opus 12 & Movie

Harry Winston Opus 12: Limited to 120 pieces, this exquisite piece of time keeping art Opus 12 defies the conventional rules of watchmaking... giving birth...

Montblanc: The Peak of Craftsmanship

A name synonymous with the highest writing culture for the past 100 years, Montblanc exemplifies these values surrounding quality and craftsmanship.   The StarWalker & Nicolas...

Horology Can Be Sexy: Saskia maaike Bouvier’s Equilibre

It’s quite simple really. Saskia maaike Bouvier is a woman, she’s gorgeous, and she’s a talented watchmaker. She makes horology sexy. This blonde bombshell...

Hermes: 100 Years of Watchmaking History

La Montre Hermès presents its two first manufacture movements which, alongside the “Grandes Heures” and “Le temps suspendu” complications, meet the high standards of...

Mo Eden’s ‘Digit Watch’ Keeps Your Finger on Time

Here’s an interesting piece of horology, the ‘Digit Watch,’ which instead of slipping on your wrist calls the finger home. Mo Eden, a designer...

SEAH Watches Exhibit Your Astrological Sign

Fitting right in with the Astrology of Horology series is the watch brand SEAH. Named after the ancient word for “time” the watches represent...

Haute Horlogerie: It’s Not Just for the Boys

Women appreciate the originality, quality and sartorial style provided by a fine piece of clothing. Why should we settle for anything less when adorning...