True Luxury In True Time
True Luxury In True Time
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1. Ulysse Nardin
In the two decades since the Freak’s unconventional profile made it the Ulysse Nardin flagship, it has become a rule-breaking totem for an independent company hellbent on creative and mechanical experimentation. Since 2001, the Manufacture has filed more than 20 patents for the Freak and only last year, the Freak One was awarded the Iconic Watch Prize at the prestigious Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève proving only one thing. There’s still nothing quite like the Freak.

2. Audemars Piguet
Audemars Piguet has teamed up with American singer, guitarist, watch collector and longstanding friend of the brand - John Mayer to design the last iteration of the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar equipped with the Manufacture’s selfwinding Calibre 5134. The result is a timelessly elegant watch in 18-carat white gold, enhanced by a deep blue dial where every detail speaks in unison to create a landscape evocative of a crystal sky. 

3. Bell & Ross
The BR 03 Cyber Rainbow from Bell & Ross is a fresh perspective on their iconic BR 03 design. Its case is made from Black DLC titanium adorned with coloured varnish pieces, creating an eye-catching mosaic pattern. The meticulous craftsmanship of the watch is also visible in its manufacture mechanism with a full skeleton movement and an oscillating weight. This exceptional caliber has been specially developed for this unique timepiece, featuring a self-winding system.

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4. Omega
OMEGA extends its Speedmaster 38 mm collection to include eight new models. Two in OMEGA’s 18K Sedna Gold, two in 18K Moonshine Gold, and four in classic stainless steel with a choice of two striking dial colours. In addition to a diamond-paved bezel, measured at 1.5 carats, each have three diamond-ringed subdials. Even with their generous paving of precious stones, the watch remains Speedmaster staying true to the look and legacy of its most iconic chronograph. 

5. Roger Dubuis
Roger Dubuis’ iconic journey continues as the Maison unveiled the Excalibur Sunrise Double Tourbillon. Inspired by the intense illumination of a breaking dawn, it is the vision of a radiant sunrise. Embellished with a vivid gradient of gemstones, this visibly assertive timepiece shows how vibrant aesthetics can be equally matched by the strength of double tourbillon mechanics.

6. Piaget
To mark their 150th anniversary, Maison Piaget celebrated with the Altiplano Ultimate Concept Tourbillon 150 Anniversaire timepiece. Featuring a monobloc dial with polished round and baton indices, bâton-shaped hand for the minutes and a monobloc disc with a hand for the hours, this cobalt alloy in blue timepiece is a true masterpiece.

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