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Watches / 1 July 2020
A shortlist of the best timepieces of 2020 to connect with.
In the current dark times, the “Doctor Strange” actor re-evaluates the value of time and quality of living through his experience with Jaeger-LeCoultre.
The Swiss watchmaking brand debuts its first in-house chronograph after 20 years, showing a different side to its anti-classic design codes.
Watches crafted from this practical and hard-wearing metal are a stylish way to tell time.
Portraying a historic watchmaker in IWC’s new short film, “Born of a Dream,” the actor lends a window into the concealed life of Florentine Ariosto Jones.
After 20 years and about hundreds of executions, the J12 Paradoxe represents Chanel’s most progressive leap in watchmaking yet.
Skeleton-style timepieces that are by turns sporty and genteel.
Known for its esoteric pursuits, watchmaker Richard Mille is becoming more inclusive than one would expect.
As a child, Maisie Williams grew up on television sets and in the public eye. Now we witness the actor transition into the next chapter of her life story — both onscreen and off.
From within a workshop that was once ravaged during World War II, the designer Frank Buchwald builds mechanical creatures that light up and tell the time.
Nearly 40 years later, the Swiss luxury watchmaker tidies up its Chronomat line, an icon of its era, to reintroduce a modern slice of Breitling’s history.
One of Longines’s most classic models is now fronted by eight different coloured straps — and a new yet familiar face.
In just two decades, the Chanel J12 has earned its place as an icon in the watch world.
When not worn on the wrist, classic timepieces function like works of art, unfurling exuberance in abstract still-life.
Through Richard Mille’s innovative timepieces, carbon TPT traces the identity of the brand.
As one of the oldest watchmaking manufacturer in the world, Vacheron Constantin’s new women’s collection explores a new dialogue with haute couture.
Zenith’s El Primero was once considered a mechanical marvel. Now, it’s achieved cult classic status.
The ornamental meets the functional in these watches.
Meet the technical marvels that are spearheading the future of watchmaking.
Through the back of the Swiss watchmaker’s luxurious new timepiece, you can see what makes it tick.
A stretched, almost surrealist timepiece.
It takes two months to make this classic Chanel accessory. Watch as artisans deftly construct the timepiece, from the ceramic band to the steel-edged case to the self-winding internal mechanism, at the brand’s atelier in Switzerland.
Rolex made its first turquoise-faced watch in 1983. This version of the classic Day-Date 36, in gold, sports the first such dial in nearly a decade.
Bell & Ross’s new urbane timepiece is sure to become a modern heirloom.
Owing in part to the late actor-motor racer Paul Newman, the infinite allure of the Cosmograph Daytona has earned a class of its own as the most coveted Rolex watch amongst collectors.
With a new body battery tracking function, the enhanced health and wellness monitoring features of Garmin’s smartwatches are set to impress.
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