“There have been too many discussions and unsolved problems, trust is no longer present,” says the president of Patek Philippe.
The British watchmaker might not have been able to show off its wares at any exhibitions this year, but it still forged ahead with impeccable timing for the mountains and skies.
The Swiss watchmaker’s new silica creation showcases its signature double flying tourbillon calibre in a striking lightweight body.
In true Bond style, the 1965 classic has been revived with state-of-the-art technology.
Combining the heritage design of the Luminor with modern materials, Panerai have produced one of the most robust – and lightest – timepieces of the new decade.
Swiss watchmaker Roger Dubuis has showcased its vision of the future by reimagining two historical watch complications in lightweight carbon and titanium.
Located in the heart of Sydney CBD, the new boutique honours Panerai’s historical association with the Italian Navy.
The game’s popularity was unprecedented to a point where it had to be banned in 1457 by King James II.