Founded in Switzerland in 1980, Hublot is defined by its innovation, which began with the highly original combination of gold and rubber. This "Art of Fusion" stems from the imagination of its visionary Chairman, Jean-Claude Biver, and has been driven forward by CEO Ricardo Guadalupe since 2012.
The release of the iconic, multi-award-winning Big Bang in 2005 paved the way for new flagship collections (Classic Fusion, Spirit of Big Bang), with complications ranging from the simple to the highly sophisticated, establishing the extraordinary DNA of the Swiss watchmaking house and ensuring its impressive growth.
Keen to preserve its traditional and cutting-edge expertise, and guided by its philosophy to "Be First, Different and Unique", the Swiss watchmaker is consistently ahead of the curve, through its innovations in materials (scratch-resistant Magic Gold, ceramics in vibrant colours, sapphire), and the creation of Manufacture movements (Unico, Meca 10, Tourbillon).
Hublot is fully committed to creating a Haute Horlogerie brand with a visionary future: a future which is fused with the key events of our times (FIFA World Cup™, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and Ferrari) and the finest ambassadors our era has to offer (Kylian Mbappé, Usain Bolt, Pelé).
A. LANGE & SÖHNE
The precious wristwatches that bear the A. Lange & Söhne signature have their roots in the grand history of Saxony. Their unique personalities and intrinsic values are based on technical ingenuity, useful innovations and traditional elements of horological artistry.
An independent company with its own Manufacture, Cyrus is master of its own destiny and benefits from this strong autonomy that enables it to pursue a path focused on innovation and originality. Above all, Cyrus seeks to position itself as an exclusive, unique brand in the forefront of technology and endowed with a strong identity.
Cyrus is a dynamic, modern company with a conquering spirit and the courage to take the risks required when looking to the future. With this in mind, Cyrus successfully produces ergonomic timepieces of extraordinary comfort, striking a perfect balance between tradition and innovation. These models reflect the brand’s philosophy of the exceptional from every point of view -a philosophy that enables it to share its love and passion for Haute Horlogerie. Cyrus timepieces present unique characteristics on both technical and mechanical levels, as epitomized in the two innovative crowns that have become the new brand signature. Because above all, a timepiece is about emotions.
A place of origin is a realm that fulfils the need for identity, security, and individualism in life. In the 19th century, Moritz Grossmann found it in a small town in the Ore Mountains: Glashütte. In his atelier there, the exceptionally gifted pioneer developed technically outstanding watch models.
More than 100 years later, watchmaker Christine Hutter discovered the heritage of Moritz Grossmann in Glashütte and established a new manufacture. Today, this is where ancestral craftsmanship is reinterpreted with modern technology.
The beginning of a new era in the name of Moritz Grossmann: Schönstes deutsches Handwerk.
The history of Anonimo began in 1997 in the city of Florence. The brand was born out of a desire to preserve traditional watchmaking in Italy, at a time when companies in the sector were leaving the country. Founded by watchmaking enthusiasts, Anonimo has made a name for itself in the uncompromising world of professional diving, particularly amongst the famous CNS (Cooperativa Nazionale Sommozzatori), by creating watches that combine robustness, functionality and elegance. In 2003, Dr. Dino Zei, a well-known engineer, joined Anonimo and developed the Nautilo collection. In 2013, the brand moved to Switzerland, the cradle of horology, in order to benefit from a unique, know- how, while maintaining a strong link with its Italian roots.
With their cushioned case, the Anonimo collections are characterised by an atypical construction and dials that recall the Anonimo signature A, symbolised by the position of the markers at 4, 8 and 12 o’clock. The Militare and Nautilo lines feature sporty professional watches while the Epurato collection offers pieces with an urban, elegant and sober character.
Impelled by the dynamism of its pioneering spirit, Perrelet delivers distinctive pleasure to the owners of its rigorously mechanical, resolutely contemporary and absolutely innovative watches.
The inventor of automatic winding in 1777, the House of Perrelet masters all the components of the mechanical movements made within the walls of its Manufacture.
For Perrelet, fine watchmaking is a universe of both hand and mind, in which creativity is expressed through rigorous execution, and in which preserving a tradition means continuing and innovating. A universe built on daring inventions, on family talent perpetuated through the ages and expressed in prestigious watchmaking creations.
Christophe Claret’s passion was born in the workshop of a watchmaker restorer who spends over a year disassembling and assembling horological mechanisms in order to clean and service them. Christophe Claret acquired the Soleil d’Or, a magnificent mansion perched on the heights of Le Locle. Within a few years, this magnificent residence was transformed into one of the world’s most cutting-edge watch Manufactures. Uniting all professions involved in the design, development and production of movements as well as other parts of the watch such as cases, the premises have undergone a progressive transformation into a superb contemporary watch production facility.
Christophe Claret watches are an inspired reflection of watchmaking genius expressed through its most powerful manifestation: perpetual emotion. Playful, creative and unconventional, these genuine masterpieces intended for devotees of rare and subtly offbeat products that are nonetheless firmly positioned in the sphere of Haute Horlogerie.
Since 1989, the watchmaker has been seeking to put together a set of ideal conditions for the birth of prodigious, atypical and excellent horological mechanisms. Christophe Claret has never swerved from this highly demanding path towards absolute perfection and culminating in a range of extraordinary watches.
Bold and precious, Versace Timepieces are the ultimate expression of the brand's signature aesthetic. Exclusively Swiss-Made, they are permeated by the same rock’n’roll spirit of the fashion collection and cleverly interpret its most celebrated iconic symbols: the Medusa head, the Greek key and the Baroque pattern.
Produced exclusively with sophisticated materials and top-quality mechanisms, the various timepieces have an innovative design that is underscored by their graphic energy and a palette of strikingly vibrant chromatic notes. More glamorous and sensual for women, more technical and understated for men, they do not hesitate to express the chic attitude and powerful character that define the Versace brand image.
In 1860, at the age of 20, Edouard Heuer founded his watchmaker’s workshop in the Jura Mountains of Switzerland. Creating the Mikrograph in 1916, sponsoring Formula 1 teams in the 1970s or launching the first luxury connected watch in 2015 are just a few examples of the major technical innovations, ultimate accuracy and passion for disruptive design that define our unique spirit. Headquartered in La Chaux-de-Fonds, TAG Heuer operates in four production sites – mastering the whole watchmaking process.
TAG Heuer timepieces are designed for those who love challenges. The brand’s influence is enhanced by its unique communication based on three pillars: sport, lifestyle and heritage, embodying its legacy and DNA. Its partnerships and ambassadors illustrate its open-minded and open-door culture, with the most prestigious and avant-garde names teaming up with TAG Heuer: the Red Bull Racing Formula One team, the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, the Formula E championship, the biggest football leagues in Europe, the Americas and Asia, Manchester United, trendsetter Cara Delevingne, and actors Chris Hemsworth and Patrick Dempsey.
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"Never quite the same, but ever unique." Pequignet is synonymous with creativity in the luxury market where everything seems mundane. Pequignet’s haute couture timepieces demonstrate an unparalleled originality, authenticity and elegance. The Pequignet brand has been honoured five times with the “Cadrans d’Or” (Golden Dials Award) in the category “Prestige and Luxury” as tribute to the timeless beauty of its iconic creations such as “Moorea, Sorella, Cameleone, Massai…” The goal of everyone at Pequignet is watch manufacturing synonymous with quality and a personal touch that is hard to find in today’s times.
Each year, new technical challenges emerge, which enrich Parmigiani Fleurier’s collections of classic, sports and ladies’ watches with great complications. Whether the innovation is in the mechanism or material used to perfect the aesthetic appearance of the watch, because of its manufacturing facilities, Parmigiani Fleurier enjoys the benefit of being able, very efficiently, to execute each project in keeping with the philosophy of the brand and the client’s requirements. In tune with the timepieces, Parmigiani Fleurier’s philosophy is also accompanied by other fields complementary to horology, which are linked by common values: Tradition, excellence and know-how. In fact, for some time now, Parmigiani Fleurier is passionately involved in aerostatic and nautical adventures, two sports that demand exactness, precision and technical qualities that interact with natural elements, fantastic human adventures, the conquest of the sky and seas, combined with highly traditional Swiss horology, where passion and dreams remain intact.
NOMOS watchmakers count among the very best in their field—what they have mastered is still a challenge for their colleagues elsewhere. That is because watches have been crafted in Glashütte for many generations—for over 170 years, to be precise. NOMOS Glashütte creates and produces watches in accordance with the principles of the Deutscher Werkbund, the precursor to the Bauhaus movement: The combination of outstanding craftsmanship with the renowned prowess of German engineering on the one hand, and of advanced research with state-of-the-art technology on the other, is the foundation for the superior quality of its timepieces. The designers from NOMOS’ in-house creative agency in Berlin create their superb form. The characteristics shared by all NOMOS watches include top-quality materials, refined dials, elegant and usually slender hands, narrow bezels, and an exceptionally clear form—many models have long been considered classics. Furthermore, they have received well over 130 prizes for design and quality.
Located in the calm, serene setting of the Vallée de Joux, the Home of Jaeger-Le Coultre offers a unique sense of belonging. It is here, inspired by the exceptional landscapes of the Jura Mountains, guided by an unquenchable inner fire, that La Grande Maison gets its soul. With all crafts under one roof within the Manufacture, watchmakers, engineers, designers, artisans work together to give birth to fine watchmaking creations. Driven by a compelling energy and a spirit of collective invention that daily inspires the commitment of each and every member of the Jaeger-Le Coultre family, the brand cultivates its understated sophistication and technical creativity. This same spirit has powered the creation of more than 1200 calibres since 1833 and made Jaeger-LeCoultre the Watchmaker’s Watchmaker.
JACOB & CO
After graduating early from a jewelry design course in 1981 in New York City, Jacob Arabo opened a small booth in New York City's Diamond District, where he began designing for jewelry labels and private clients. In 1986, Arabo opened his own company, called "Diamond Quasar," and began designing under his own label, "Jacob & Co”.
Because of its unique products and famous clientele, the brand quickly gained popularity in New York and was able to expand its business to the luxury watchmaking industry in 2002.
In 1868, the American watchmaker and entrepreneur Florentine Ariosto Jones travelled from Boston to Switzerland and founded the ‘International Watch Company’ in Schaffhausen. His visionary dream was to combine advanced American manufacturing methods with the craftsmanship of Swiss watchmakers to make the best pocket watches of his time. In doing so, he not only laid the foundation for IWC’s unique engineering approach but also established the centralized production of mechanical watches in Switzerland.
Over its 150 year history, IWC Schaffhausen has developed a reputation for creating functional complications, especially chronographs and calendars, which are ingenious, robust, and easy for customers to use. A pioneer in the use of titanium and ceramics, IWC today specializes in highly engineered technical watch cases manufactured from advanced materials, such as titanium aluminide and Ceratanium®. Preferring the principle of “form follows function” over decoration, the Swiss watch manufacturer’s timeless creations embody their owners’ dreams and ambitions as they journey through life.
IWC sources materials responsibly and takes action to minimize its impact on the environment, creating intrinsically sustainable timepieces that are built to last for generations. The company prides itself in training its own future watchmakers and engineers, as well
as offering an excellent working environment for all employees. IWC also partners with organizations that work globally to support children and young people.
The variety of components used for a complicated watch such as designed by Hautlence requires the mastery of a large number of skills and techniques, applied to the movement parts and the components of the dial and case. The brand’s desire for excellence has led it to make use of the best sources for each component.
The Hautlence watch is built around the caliber. The technical elements are exposed, and the technique is perfectly visible. The different levels of display elements give a unique, in-depth view. The lower dial reveals part of the minute circle and winding mechanism, and supports the second flange, which cleverly floats between the connecting rods and the upper sapphire dial. Each qualified watchmaker, chosen for his or her outstanding skills, assembles and adjusts the pieces one by one.
When Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey teamed up and launched Greubel Forsey in 2004, they shared a common view that there was still room for creativity in the development of complications in watchmaking. Their goal was to improve the performance of existing complications but also to invent innovative mechanisms. Over the years, they have honed their creative approach to fine watchmaking, notably with their Invention Pieces and Art Pieces. Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey create just under one hundred timepieces each year – which speaks volumes about the quality of their workmanship and attention to detail.
F.P. Journe is a high-end watch manufacture of Switzerland named after the founder François-Paul Journe. The motto of the brand, Invenit et Fecit (Latin for "[He] invented it and made it") denotes that the company builds the entirety of the watches. Journe often designs brand new movements, even inventing completely new systems, like the resonance chronometer.
BUBEN & ZORWEG
The credo Buben&Zorweg delights lovers of fine timepieces with unique masterpieces of craftsmanship. The symbiosis between compelling innovation and exquisite design characterises and defines these exclusive objects of time. Selected materials and perfect workmanship fulfil and exceed customers’ highest expectations.
From its first day of business (1995), Buben&Zorweg has been devoted to exploring the limits of technology and craftsmanship with exciting new masterpieces. The brand designs and manufactures detailed pieces that reflect its passion for innovative technology, ground-breaking design and perfect artistry for lovers of unique masterpieces.
After the company was founded in 1995, Buben&Zorweg reached the first milestone with the launch of the Time Mover® and became a market leader in the field. A clear commitment to innovation and perfection has made the Time Mover® technology a benchmark among watch winders, placing Buben&Zorweg at the top of the worldwide watch winding market.
Since 2006 Buben&Zorweg has offered a combination of the previous areas of operation in the form of the Objects Of Time®, opening up a new dimension for lovers of valuable watches and/or unique pieces created to complement sophisticated interiors. From precious single pieces to modular, individually equipped walls or rooms, Buben&Zorweg is a competent, innovative partner for the creation of exclusive ambience. In 2008, Buben&Zorweg focused intensely on security, and presented the first safes which not only fulfil every safety-related wish, but, with their unique design, also represent an attractive addition to every elegant interior.
Bomberg was born to stray from the beaten track of traditional watchmaking.
Thanks to its unconventional codes, spirit and identity, the brand has attracted a new customer base across the world: young, cool, and hungry for creativity.
The timepiece proudly bears the "Swiss Made" label, the guarantee of Swiss manufacture quality and reliability.
Bomberg watches, accessories and jewellery appeal to fans who want to stand out from the crowd and affirm their individualism at an affordable price.
BELL & ROSS
Bell & Ross is a name synonymous with excellence and durability which transcends the times. These luxury timepieces are manufactured with precise GMT, Grande Date, automatic, and automatic chronograph movements, meticulously crafted to the utmost standards befitting of the name Bell and Ross. Bell & Ross men’s watches are also available with Quartz movements for men who prefer the utmost precision in time keeping. With trends moving towards larger watches, many ladies have opted for the smaller size to customize an excellent women’s watch. Bell & Ross watches are diverse in style, materials, and workmanship, for any client seeking a brand name, high quality Swiss watch. Bell and Ross watches are available in gold, steel, PVD, titanium, and ceramic.
Reservoir takes its inspiration from the functionalities and the aesthetic appeal of measurement instruments of days gone by. These instruments were painstakingly built by craftsmen who were fired with enthusiasm for measurement and time. The Reservoir is Swiss Made and echoes an era in which precision instruments were at the service of mankind. A time when the pulse quickened, and adrenaline coursed through your veins as you embarked upon voyages that demanded courage and high performance. The Reservoir on your wrist tells these stories: stories that embody fundamental truths that stir the spirit, characterized by an intensity of feeling and self-affirmation. The single hand of the Reservoir dial jumps back every 60 minutes, mirroring the significance of an hour having passed, and reaching out to invite you to seize the opportunities presented by the hour still to come. The Reservoir is an audacious timepiece with a radical time display. It is innovative for the way each wearer gets to experience every minute precisely and accurately. The Luxury of Intensity: when everything is possible.
Reservoir takes its inspiration from the universes that have marked the history of mankind from the 19th Century to the present time. Reservoir collections are authentic emblems, forging connections in the imagination to days gone by through the timepieces’ lines, their materials and their unique designs.