Each year has its own color trend, and while black and white are the “evergreen” classics, it is the myriad elegantly understated dark shades of gray that seem to be setting the tone in 2017.
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At Baselworld 2017, Seiko president and CEO Shinji Hattori announced exciting news for Grand Seiko: “From today, Grand Seiko lives a truly independent life and sets out on a new journey. My intention is that, in the coming years, Grand Seiko will scale new heights of watchmaking excellence and commercial success.” Here are the exceptional first watches of the new separate brand called Grand Seiko.
Next to their highly refined character. all watches from Lang & Heyne have had one thing in common throughout the boutique brand’s history: round cases. Until now. And Georg, the first rectangular watch from Lang & Heyne, is in a class of its own.
Water-resistant to 200 meters, the 16 new models in the Nomos Aqua models are equipped with extra-robust stainless steel cases including a crown guard and transparent sapphire crystal case back secured with six screws. And they come is wild colors!
When we talk about Germany, we do not necessarily think of watches: luxury cars, high-tech machines, and Oktoberfest spring to mind. The “made in Germany” predicate is generally associated with quality, well-designed products, added value, and longevity. But watches? Yes, watches.
Porsche Design has came up with what I believe is one of the most interesting chronographs of recent decades: the Monobloc Actuator, whose claim to fame is its case and the operation of the start, stop, and reset functions. And now Porsche Design introduces its first in-house flyback chronograph movement – within a limited edition timepiece only available to future owners of Porsche’s 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series.