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  1. Hero Rainbow

    How the joyful rainbow spectrum found its way onto luxury timepieces

    Not everyone is going to fancy wearing a rainbow on the wrist, but rarity, fastidious craftsmanship and good ol’ showboating has earned these ...
  2. Green dial watches HERO

    Bored of the usual black, white or silver dials? Try going green instead

    CNA Luxury explores five new watches with green dials that will make you stand out from the crowd.
  3. Roger Dubuis SIHH 2019 HERO

    What happens when a watchmaker, a carmaker and a tyre maker jump in bed

    The three-way between Roger Dubuis, Lamborghini and Pirelli has yielded the Excalibur One-Off, a unique piece that boasts design elements inspired ...
  4. What the 50th anniversary of the moon landing means for Omega Moonwatch fans Hero

    What the 50th anniversary of the moon landing means for Omega Moonwatch fans

    Four collectors share their Speedmaster Moonwatch stories, as well as their wish lists for the upcoming commemorative collection.
  5. Hero Patek Phillipe 5212A

    Why the new Patek Philippe Ref. 5212A is making us ‘week’ in the knees

    A new complication, exclusive typography, and a stainless steel case. What’s not to love about the new Ref. 5212A?
  6. Hero Tudor two tone

    In 2019, Tudor goes for a classy-yet-sporty aesthetic by pairing steel with gold

    With two-toned watches shaping up to be one of the hottest horological trends of 2019, Tudor is definitely bringing its A game with its Steel and ...
  7. Quartz and the digital revolution HERO

    Digital disruptions: Fifty years after the quartz revolution, a new era is upon us

    In 1969, the first quartz watches paved the way for digital timepieces. Half a century later, a new kind of digital revolution is shaking up the ...
  8. Know your stone settings HERO

    Know your stone settings: The four techniques jewellers favour the most

    From bead to snow, and channel to invisible, here are the gem settings most favoured by watchmakers and jewellers.
  9. Ressence hero

    The Ressence Type 2: Not a smartwatch, but a smart watch nonetheless

    The humble crown gets an infusion of smarts in this self-adjusting mechanical watch.
  10. Star Awards 2019 HERO_Mediacorp Studio 3

    The most dazzling diamonds – and other jewels – seen at the Star Awards 2019

    Sheila Sim was radiant in almost S$6 million worth of Chanel High Jewellery, while Jesseca Liu shone in S$2.4 million of Tiffany & Co. rocks.