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  1. Jean-Christophe-Babin-and-Lucia-Silvestri

    Life after lockdown: How Bulgari's head honchos plan to reconquer the world

    Bulgari’s creative director Lucia Silvestri and CEO Jean-Christophe Babin share their experiences in lockdown, as well as how they intend to ...
  2. H Moser-&-Cie Vantablack

    How one of the blackest substances on earth ended up in a luxury watch

    And no, it didn’t involve a spray can of black paint.
  3. What's next for the watch industry

    In a post-pandemic world, will you be able to purchase more watches online?

    For an industry so heavily reliant on the physical experience, will switching to e-commerce save watchmakers, distributors and retailers?
  4. Piaget Virtual Salon

    You no longer have to visit a Piaget store to view its watches and jewellery

    Following in the footsteps of Richemont sibling IWC, Swiss marque Piaget is taking its boutique experience online with the launch of a virtual salon.
  5. New men's watch classics 2020

    The new classics: 5 men's watches from 2020 that will never go out of style

    In a post-pandemic world, flashy is out and sobriety is in. But conservatism doesn’t have to mean boring. In fact, these future classic timepieces ...
  6. Creative Capital enamellist Charlotte Hoe

    Creative Capital: Singapore’s youngest enamel artist creates bespoke pieces for Southeast Asian royalty

    And Charlotte Hoe could be the country’s last torchbearer for this painstaking craft.
  7. Women's watches 2020

    ‘Twistie’ bracelets, hammered dials: 7 women’s watches that deserve a closer look

    The ladies want watches as multi-dimensional as they are, and these seven watchmakers are delivering them.
  8. Grande Complications 2020

    Why are watchmakers making crazy complicated watches in a time like this?

    In 2015, Vacheron Constantin built an S$11 million pocket watch, still the most complicated in the world. This year, it’s given us two close seconds.
  9. Green-Watches

    Why are watchmakers like Grand Seiko, IWC and Omega 'going green'?

    This year’s crop of mechanical watches sports green dials by the truckload. Could watchmakers be yearning for a closer connection to nature?
  10. Christophe Claret Trilogy

    Game on: This mechanical watch lets you play poker – with yourself

    For punters eager to take a wrist, Christophe Claret’s Poker watch should provide hours of entertainment.