The Geneva luxury watch fair continues to grow.
The Geneva watchmaker unveils a slew of complex, and sometimes artistic, mechanical watches.
The line-up includes several well-priced complications, including a tourbillon for less than US$30,000.
Rubber from Formula 1 tyres on straps, as well as a case and movement in carbon composite.
A collaboration with the McLaren Formula 1 team produces a million dollar watch that's the lightest chronograph ever.
Piaget marks the occasion with new, brightly coloured dials for the Altiplano, as well as a slim tourbillon.
Parmigiani unveils several entry-level timepieces in steel, plus the handsome but pricier Toric Chronometre.
SIHH 2017 Personal Perspectives: Panerai – A Little Bit of Everything From LAB-ID to Bronzo (to Mare Nostrum Redux)The ultra high-tech LAB-ID, plus new Submersibles as well as watches for the 2017 America's Cup.
Montblanc revamps its line of sports watches, giving them more aggressive lines as well as contrasting red and black livery.