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  • On the GlitzOn the Glitz

    This year’s Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie pulled out all the stops for an impressive crowd-pleasing show — as usual.

  • Au RevoirAu Revoir

    Bidding goodbye to Jack Heuer.

  • Time ForgotTime Forgot

    Whimsical timekeeping with Hermès.

  • King Of SpeedKing Of Speed

    Racing is in the blood of the Rolex Daytona Cosmograph.

  • High StakesHigh Stakes

    Elegance is not just an attitude, as Longines ads proclaim. It is also a winning formula that makes it the fourth-best-selling Swiss watch brand in the world.

  • American HeroAmerican Hero

    New kid on the block Ralph Lauren is fast gaining cachet in the old world of watchmaking.

  • Slim KingSlim King

    Piaget’s thirst for ultra-svelte supremacy remains unabated.

  • Monster GarageMonster Garage

    Souped-up, heart-thumping watch calibres are the order of the day at Hublot.

  • Unknown PleasuresUnknown Pleasures

    Maurice Lacroix turns on its enigmatic allure with the captivating Masterpiece Seconde Mystérieuse.

  • Decorative ArtsDecorative Arts

    It may not the only maison to employ metiers d’Art in watchmaking. But Cartier can probably proclaim to be the best.

  • March ForwardMarch Forward

    An anniversary is nothing more than another milestone to Tissot. Innovating for tomorrow takes greater precedence.

  • Piloting to the Top Piloting to the Top

    Zenith ditches the world of stardust and reaches for the skies.

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