Economic growth, the use of renewable energy and a consistent commitment to social responsibility have formed the foundation of IWC’s mission right from the very beginning, and sustainable business practices are deeply rooted in the company’s philosophy.
From April 19th to 28th, at its Salons on Rue du Rhône, Patek Philippe showcased its entire collection of the rare handcrafts timepieces that premiered at Baselworld 2018. This was a one-of-a-kind opportunity to discover all the exceptionally pieces before they continue their journey to private collections all over the world.
Following on from SpaceWalker, the satellite tourbillon dedicated to Alexey Leonov’s 1965 space mission, Louis Moinet is now unveiling a second creation commemorating the great Russian cosmonaut’s 1975 Apollo-Soyuz adventure – the first joint space mission between the Soviet Union and the United States of America.
Cycling is one of the sports in which the watch brand is most strongly involved. Tissot has been engaged in various events relating to this sport for 50 years, notably serving as official timekeeper for the Tour de France between 1988 and 1992, and again since 2016.
After a first traveling exhibition held in 2012, the Association Automates & Merveilles returns with a project aimed at preserving and highlighting the horological heritage of the Neuchâtel region. Three works by Pierre Jaquet-Droz, François Ducommun and Albert Billeter have been restored.
Swiss watches enjoy an unrivalled worldwide reputation.
The Swiss watch industry has decided to strengthen the criteria of the Swiss made label.
Buying or selling counterfeit products undermines know-how, finances organised crime, and threatens jobs and innovation.