Watches

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by Nancy Olson – iW Magazine • September 28, 2015
Watches for the highly celebrated 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève have been selected. We take a look at those nominated in the Ladies High-Mech category. ...»
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by Nancy Olson–iW Magazine • September 30, 2015
Watches for the 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève have been selected. We take a look at those nominated in the Artistic Crafts category. ...»
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by Michael Thompson – iW Magazine • September 01, 2015
Graham issues a new watch as its first collaboration with the Navy SEAL Foundation, which supports the Naval Special Warfare Community and its families. ...»
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by Nancy Olson – iW Magazine • August 24, 2015
While ladies’ watches with extra-large diameters have been on-trend, we’re seeing a move toward smaller sizes, particularly new "mini" watches. ...»
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by Michael Thompson – iW Magazine • August 20, 2015
Bulova adds another chapter to its historic ties to New York City, moving its executive, design, administrative and marketing offices to the Empire State Building. ...»
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by Michael Thompson – iW Magazine • August 11, 2015
Inspired by car craftsmanship, renowned designer Ralph Lauren captures their spirit in his Automotive watch collection and premiere skeleton model. ...»
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by Nola Martin – iW Magazine • July 29, 2015
Piaget introduces the Arts & Excellence collection featuring three limited-edition timepieces finished with artisanal touches, all celebrating the Yves Piaget rose. ...»
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by Michael Thompson – iW Magazine • July 23, 2015
Hublot debuts the Big Bang Unico Bi-Retrograde Paris Saint-Germain, the official watch of French soccer club Paris Saint-Germain, in celebration of the team’s North America summer tour. ...»
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by Jan Tegler – iW Magazine • June 25, 2015
TAG Heuer is one of the founding partners of the new Formula E racing series featuring Formula One-style racing cars powered by batteries and electric motors. ...»
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by Nola Martin – iW Magazine • June 04, 2015
Frédérique Constant and Alpina have each launched an analog-dialed Horological Smartwatch that offers wearers the ability to monitor sleep and activity by connecting it to a mobile device. ...»
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by Michael Thompson – iW Magazine • May 31, 2015
Roger Dubuis is known for its contemporary approach to the tourbillon. But many of the company’s whirlwinds also feature another twist that further defines the brand’s look: skeletonized movements. ...»
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by Nancy Olson – iW Magazine • May 15, 2015
Embroidery or "thread as dial decoration" was certainly trending at Baselworld, with many brands employing the art, but each in its own unique way. ...»
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by Nola Martin – iW Magazine • May 01, 2015
With its mechanical couture for the wrist, Dior pays spectacular tribute to the eminent French designer, Monsieur Christian Dior. ...»
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Whether they’re ornamental like Fendi’s fur, or they bring a technical aspect to watches (notably increased resistance to the most extreme conditions), unexpected materials were all the rage at Baselworld. ...»
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Have watchmakers given up on massive watches that are barely wearable? It appears so, with many watches debuting at Baselworld having a diameter between 39–43 mm. ...»

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