Chris Malburg set out to buy his wife a watch. After many happy years of marriage to a lovely woman it was time. He knows enough about her and her tastes to take the leap. Or does he? If you’re a female reader you probably already know this ends badly. If you’re a guy, keep reading. Showing up is 80 percent, and you just showed up.
Martin Green explores if there are any women’s watches that a man could wear. And by “wear” he means wearing with self-esteem intact and looking good while doing so!
The second edition of the Eve’s Watch Awards, which was created by women, judged by women, and exclusively focuses on women’s watches, was held in 2017 at the exclusive Morton’s Club in Mayfair, London. Discover the full list of winners of the prestigious award here!
Welcome to the 2017 edition of Quill & Pad’s Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève. Here the team picks favorites in the Ladies High-Mech category and explains the reasons for its choices, notably why the team has unanimously picked a winner!
Welcome to the 2017 edition of Quill & Pad’s Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève predictions in which the team picks favorites and explains why. Today we take on the Ladies category, which are “women’s watches comprising two at most of the following indications: date, power reserve, classic moon phase, second time zone; may be adorned with a maximum 8-carat gem setting.”
Following a very successful inaugural year, the Eve’s Watch Awards heads into its sophomore season. Eve’s Watch Awards, the first exclusively female-focused award ceremony, is dedicated to celebrating and acknowledging women’s watches. This year the jury is boosted by Sara Sandmeier, previous senior designer of Baume & Mercier.
I am fascinated not only by the difficult technology involved in creating sapphire crystal cases; even more, I love the fact that a transparent case allows me to look right into the depths of the watch’s mechanics. And the Richard Mille RM 07-02 Pink Lady Sapphire has it all – and more!
Please join our traditional Quill & Pad round table discussion on Baselworld 2017, where we discuss what we did and didn’t like at at the world’s largest annual watch exhibition.
The year 2017 wasn’t just good for both interesting and exciting new wristwatches at Baselworld: I’d go so far to rate it as a vintage year. This article started as a pure Top 5 rundown, but the sheer number of superb watches soon had us reaching for our “Special Mention” over spill. And that’s all without the really big surprises. So without further ado, welcome to our team’s top picks of Baselworld 2017.
SIHH 2017 truly bestowed watch lovers with a long list of most impressive watches. After digesting a multitude of wristshots and cappuccinos, I now present five fabulous watches just for the female wrist.