Rolex's new Daytona ref. 116500LN is a bona fide, red hot hit. Here's a reasoned and considered opinion.
Pricey, complicated timepieces are supposed to be singular and rare. Are they really?
We asked five watch experts and industry insiders to select a watch for a college graduate. This is what they chose.
Sometimes, it's just better to stay dead.
A young watch enthusiast tells us about his first vintage purchase, a vintage Bovet chronograph from the 1940s.
Luxury watchmaking evolving into a business that resembles carmaking and fashion. What does that mean for art and craft?
SJX discusses his thoughts on the trends at Baselworld and the notable new launches.
With SIHH 2016 having just closed its doors, it's now time to take stock of what happened during the weeklong Geneva fair. Here's a roundup of what took place at the inaugural Carre des Horlogers, the area dedicated to independent watchmakers at SIHH 2016.
The final instalment of the two-parter on my predictions for 2016 is all about the independents, outlining the whittling down of the field, but also green shoots with affordable, crowdsourced brands.
The fine watch industry is entering the new year with caution and some pessimism, giving the tepid demand for its products. This two part story will explain what I think will happen in 2016.