News and insight on the Swiss luxury watch and clock maker, who created the world’s smallest calibre

  • Horology enthusiasts are hotly anticipating the rise of red dials in the near future, with Parmigiani Fleurier’s PF Tonda Xiali Calendar and the Zenith Defy Revival exemplifying the style this year
  • Other models embracing shades of crimson, maroon and burgundy include Furlan Marri’s Mecaquartz Bronzo Rosso, Fears x Christopher Ward’s Alliance 01 and the Farer Discovery Red 36mm

This timepiece trend isn’t going anywhere, everyone simply wants more green dials – from unlikely collabs with Kermit the Frog, Aston Martin and Nespresso, to refreshed classics, here’s our picks for 2023

Clearly, buying a diamond bangle isn’t the same as a handbag – here’s how jewellery houses are crafting exclusive e-commerce experience for the most precious things money can buy


Rolex, Tag Heuer, Audemars Piguet, Breitling, Breguet and Jaeger-LeCoultre are all releasing exciting chronograph editions this year – here’s a look at the most iconic pieces so far

Mark your calendars – Watches and Wonders has just confirmed its third-ever Shanghai edition taking place this September with brands from Cartier to Panerai showing off their creations

‘Secret’ watches might be an antiquated holdover from a less egalitarian era, but Chanel, Dior, Piaget, Van Cleef & Arpels and Jaeger LeCoultre all just released new high jewellery designs for a reason

Conveying the true depth of a brand that’s been around for 190 years to Gen Z clientele is no mean feat, but Jaeger-LeCoultre CEO Catherine Rénier knows that accessibility is key

The centuries-old sautoir or necklace watch is making a comeback, primarily as a eye-catching piece of jewellery that just happens to also tell the time should you need it

Horological heaven: from Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak to Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Polaris, here are 5 incredible luxury timepieces with a perpetual calendar functions

Leading Swiss watch brands like Panerai, Jaeger-LeCoultre and A. Lange & Söhne all offer timepieces with moon phase complications, whether ornately complex or elegantly simple

The Swiss luxury watchmaker has a star-studded list of global ambassadors and Chinese idol Jackson Yee just joined them – sporting the ingenious Reverso Tribute Duoface Calendar in pink gold

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s new Reverso Tribute Duoface Calendar combines two of the brand’s most famous complications: the triple calendar and the Duoface – here’s what you need to know

Meet the unmistakable Swiss timepiece with a reversible dial – invented for British army officers who wanted to protect their luxury watches during polo matches

Watches like the Chanel Première and Richard Mille’s distinctive collection offer a chance to express a personal aesthetic while at the same time appreciating technical sophistication

They might live on for decades or even centuries, but even the most legendary timepieces need updating for modern times – here are five of the most exciting new versions

From animated dials without hands and dazzling diamonds to models that took almost a decade to complete, these are the timepieces that impressed us the most

Rolex seems to be the BTS boys’ main brand of choice (Jungkook is rumoured to have nine!), but Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet have also been seen on the wrists of Jimin, V and the gang

More expensive Swiss luxury watch brands have coped with the pandemic better than cheaper counterparts, a report says, with strong Chinese demand for mid-price brands driving the market.

The star of Doctor Strange and Patrick Melrose regularly uses meditation and breathing techniques to help focus – and they came in handy when the world came to a standstill


Watch & Wonders joins hands with Net-a-Porter, Tudor adds to its Black Bay and Royal collections, and Gucci returns to the wild for fresh inspiration for jewellery

Watch brands are trying out augmented reality headsets and virtual assistants – while old-school holdouts, like Rolex, insist technology is not immersive enough yet

A rose gold Jaeger-LeCoultre ladies Calibre 101 costs HK$1.01 million on Net-a-Porter, or men can purchase the HK$2.89 million Roger Dubuis Excalibur Pirelli ICE ZERO 2 with a few clicks on Mr Porter