HERMES

Hermes is one of the leading luxury companies and has established a reputation as a watch company in recent years. The Hermes watches portfolio includes the Hermes Arceau, Hermes Cape Cod, Hermes Clipper, Hermes Dressage, Hermes Heure H, Hermes Kelly, Hermes Medor, Hermes Nantucket. WatchTime is the leading Hermes watch authority, we cover Hermes men's watches, Hermes ladies watches and offer Hermes watches pice information as well as infos on Hermes replica watches. You will find Hermes watch news, Hermes updates and other posts about Hermes watches as well as Hermes watch infos on our large content section. Hermes watches are available globally and WatchTime covers a wide range for Hermes watch fans.

This is our Hermes content section. Please scroll down to find Hermes news, Hermes reviews and other Hermes updates. WatchTime is America’s no. 1 watch magazine, our website watchtime.com is among the fastest-growing watch websites worldwide. We have the largest tablet circulation and highest social media fan base of any watch magazine, including Hermes live posts. Our watch database has more than 24,000 watches, among them many Hermes watches. WatchTime’s editors are trusted and respected as the world’s leading watch journalists.

Our content section covers the most popular Hermes watches, new Hermes watches, the best Hermes watches in the world and also look at the best Hermes watch reviews to help you find the perfect watch for you. Read our posts about top rated Hermes watches and the best Hermes watches reviews and make sure to also narrow your search down by date, for example by looking for the best Hermes watch 2014 or top 10 Hermes watches 2013 and popular Hermes watches 2015 – or even new Hermes watches rumored to be launched in 2016. We will help you answer the questions: what is the best Hermes watch, what are the top rated Hermes watches? Even for collectors it sometimes can be difficult to decide on the coolest Hermes watch or even the best Hermes watch in the world. That’s why WatchTime covers many timepieces, on our database and the blog, news or reviews section. There you will find men’s Hermes watches and women’s Hermes watches as well as the best Hermes watches for men and the best Hermes watches for women. For budget conscious aficionados we also look into more affordable Hermes watches and and address the all-important issue of what is the best Hermes watch for the money and what are the best Hermes watches values one can expect. Don’t be discouraged if you need more time than expected to find the right watch, head back to WatchTime frequently to not miss any of our top ten Hermes watches news, top rated Hermes watches reviews or best new Hermes watches blog posts.

Comparative Watch Test: Bulgari Bulgari vs. Hermès Dressage

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In this exclusive watch test feature from WatchTime's upcoming September-October issue, we compare two steel automatic watches, the Bulgari Bulgari and the Hermès Dressage, from brands known for their high style. … [Read more...]

Watch Wallpaper: 12 Skeleton Watches

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Growing fascination with the inner workings of mechanical watches has sparked a boom in skeletonized looks. Scroll down to download wallpaper images of skeleton watches from Breguet, Cartier, Omega, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Piaget, and many other skeletonized watches from 12 luxury brands, to decorate your desktop. … [Read more...]

Fratello Friday: Are You Buying Authentic Watches?

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I begin this week's Fratello Friday article with a small confession. It's not something I'm proud of, but it is an example of how easy it is to be tricked. It was probably around 2003 when I started searching for an Oyster bracelet for my Rolex Datejust (which came on a Jubilee bracelet). I quickly found one on eBay and, after doing a quick feedback check on the seller, I decided to hit the "Buy Now" button. … [Read more...]

For World Cup 2014: 6 Watches That Celebrate Soccer

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The much-anticipated 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament kicks off this week in Brazil, with the nations of the world competing for the ultimate prize in the so-called "beautiful game" — what we Americans call soccer and what nearly everyone else calls football. Some of the world's luxury watch and sports watch makers have gotten in on the excitement, with special-edition watches specially devoted to the sport, its players, and the World Cup. … [Read more...]

Baselworld 2014: Hermès Dressage L’Heure Masquée

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Many of us wondered what Hermès would do for an encore to its innovative Le Temps Suspendu watch from a few years ago. The brand answered our question this year with its introduction of the Hermès Dressage L'Heure Masquée, which boasts a new proprietary movement with a clever "hidden hours" complication. … [Read more...]

Baselworld 2014: 10 Things to Know

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Over the next few weeks you’ll be reading quite a bit about Baselworld. What is Baselworld exactly? Why is it so important? What happens there? Can I go? For the answers to these and more questions, read on. We’ve put together a list of 10 watch-centric FAQs, complete with images taken inside and outside the main hall, so you'll have all the basic facts about the huge show that gets under way this week.    … [Read more...]

Watch Insider’s Top 15 Ladies’ Watches: Are These the Best Ladies’ Watches of the Year?

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Many luxury brands, even those known more for their men's watches, released interesting new ladies' watch collections, female watches and top ladies' watches in the recent months. Here, from my blog Watch-Insider.com, are my personal choices for the best watches for women, most beautiful ladies' timepieces, top ladies' watches and best ladies' watches presented in 2013, 2014 and 2015 so far.A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia AutomaticThis is what I would call an understated luxury object in … [Read more...]

SIHH 2014: Richard Mille RM 63-01 Dizzy Hands

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From time to time, Watchmakers like to free us from the temporal demands our timepieces can place upon us, because every now and then, we all need to lose track of time. In years gone by, independent watchmakers Andreas Strehler and Thomas Prescher created wristwatches that told time only on demand - to learn the current time, you had to press a button. In 2011, Hermès gave us Le Temps Suspendu, which kept time until the  press of a button caused time to stop. This year, Richard Mille adds his … [Read more...]

SIHH 2014: Watch Insider Previews New Parmigiani Bugatti Watches

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The 2014 SIHH starts today... here from my blog, Watch-Insider.com, are specs, photos, and illustrations of one new more watch whose details have been released prior to the fair, the Parmigiani Bugatti Aérolithe.Back in 2000, Parmigiani and Bugatti began, as both companies refer to it, an association of two families. Since then, the Fleurier-based Parmigiani watch brand has collaborated with the luxury automaker to design and produce several outstanding timepieces. The new Bugatti … [Read more...]

First Look: Emporio Armani’s New Mechanical Watch, the Armani Meccanico (Video)

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Following in the footsteps of brands like Hermès, Gucci, Chanel, and others, Emporio Armani has joined the growing club of fashion houses that are producing high-end watches with mechanical movements. Click here to find information on, and watch an official brand video for, the new Emporio Armani Meccanico collection, debuting this fall. … [Read more...]

5 Fashion Brands You Didn’t Know Made Men’s Mechanical Watches

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Watches bearing the names of big fashion houses tend to get written off by serious watch aficionados, who tend to think of them as only for ladies or, worse, only inexpensive pieces with quartz movements. In addition to brands like Hermes, Ralph Lauren, and Chanel, who have taken strides to establish themselves in the world of men's mechanicals, here are five other such brands that may have flown under your radar.Burberry has introduced a line of high-end watches with Swiss movements. The … [Read more...]

Time is Money: The 26 Richest Swiss Watch Barons

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Each year the respected Swiss business magazine, Bilan, publishes a list of the 300 richest Swiss with a rough estimate of their fortunes. For this article in WatchTime's November-December issue, on sale now, we examined the 2013 list to see which members of the watch industry made the ranking. Here they are: … [Read more...]

Watch Insider: Hermès Unveils its First Tourbillon Watch

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Up until very recently, Hermès was known more as a fashion brand than as a purveyor of haute horlogerie. However, its watchmaking subsidiary, La Montre Hermès, has been challenging those assumptions as of late with many of its new watches and proprietary movements, and has now released its first tourbillon watch, called the Arceau Lift. … [Read more...]

La Montre Hermès CEO Luc Perramond: The WatchTime Q&A

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Luc Perramond, CEO of La Montre Hermès, the watchmaking division of the famed French fashion house, is on a mission to elevate Hermès timepieces to a higher level of manufacturing self-sufficiency and horological mastery. Last year, the first Hermès watches with proprietary mechanical movements made their debut at Baselworld, and Perramond has been very busy since then. … [Read more...]

Parmigiani Celebrates Brazil Soccer with New CBF Watch Collections

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When Brazil's CBF soccer team defeated reigning world champ Spain 3-0 in the Confederation Cup final on June 30, they had at least one Swiss watch company in their cheering section: Parmigiani Fleurier, which became the team's official watch partner in 2011. At this year's SIHH, Parmigiani introduced four new watches in two collections inspired by the team and the nation of Brazil. … [Read more...]

WatchTime’s July-August Issue Now on Nook & Kindle

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For all our tablet readers: the July-August issue is now available on the Nook and Kindle! The latest issue of WatchTime features tests of the IWC Ingenieuer Perpetual Calendar Digital Date-Month and the Hermes Arceau Le Temps Suspendu, as well as a look at the making of Jaeger-LeCoultre's Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon 3. … [Read more...]

WatchTime’s July-August Issue is On Sale Now!

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The July-August issue of WatchTime is on newsstands now, featuring our exclusive test of the Rolex Datejust II, detailed reports on the most buzzed-about new watches from Baselworld 2013, a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Jaeger-LeCoultre's Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon 3, tests on new watches from IWC and Tudor, and more. Click here for highlights from the issue... … [Read more...]

Back is Beautiful: 13 New Watch Wallpaper Images

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In WatchTime's July-August issue, on sale next week, we present the latest edition in our popular series of "Back is Beautiful" photo features, offering a gallery of fine mechanical watches that are as dazzling through the caseback as they are on the wrist. Click here to download all 13 photos as wallpaper for your desktop. … [Read more...]

Baselworld 2013 Day Three: Breguet, Jaquet Droz, Girard-Perregaux, Hermès

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Day Three at the Baselworld watch fair was packed, as my WatchTime editorial colleagues and I visited a slew of big-name watch brands and had the opportunity to check out their latest offerings for 2013, including horological milestones from Breguet and Girard-Perregaux. … [Read more...]

Million Dollar Club 2012: Watch Advertising at All-Time High

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In an exclusive report in the upcoming May-June issue of WatchTime, we reveal which watch brands are spending the most on advertising in 2012, a record year for watch-company ad spending, and we provide a complete list of the 60 brands that spent more than $1 million on ads. … [Read more...]

Parmigiani Adds New Tourbillon to Its Pershing Collection

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Parmigiani Fleurier, the boutique brand founded by master watchmaker Michel Parmigiani, has added a new limited-edition watch, called the Tourbillon Abyss, to its collection of Pershing timepieces, established in 2007 in a partnership with the prestigious Italian yacht manufacturer. … [Read more...]

The Atmos Hermes Clock

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Hermes, Jaeger-LeCoultre, and Les Cristalleries de St. Louis have combined their watchmaking and glassmaking expertise to produce the Atmos Hermes Clock, a table clock that "lives on air." … [Read more...]

Leather and Lugs: The Making of a Hermès Watch Strap

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Watch straps usually play second fiddle to the watches they hold in place. Not at La Montre Hermès, which takes its leather goods as seriously as it does its watchmaking. In this feature from the WatchTime archives, Gisbert Brunner explores how a fine leather watch strap is crafted. … [Read more...]

Maîtres du Temps Rounds Out Chapter Two

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Last year's headliner watch from Maîtres du Temps was undeniably the innovative Chapter Three Reveal — but the haute-de-gamme brand, which teams up noted independent watchmakers to produce limited, complicated models, also released a version of its Chapter Two timepiece in a sporty, round case, nicknamed TCR, for Triple Calendar Round. … [Read more...]

The Britains are Coming: Burberry’s New Watch Collection

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Following in the footsteps of brands like Ralph Lauren, Hermès and Louis Vuitton, all of which have made moves to enhance the perception of so-called fashion watches, the British fashion house Burberry is releasing a new high-end wristwatch collection with Swiss movements, called the Britain. … [Read more...]

Hermès Dressage

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La Montre Hermès has updated its Dressage watch for men, expanding the diameter of its traditional tonneau case by 1.5 mm to 40.5 mm. The big news for Hermès is what’s inside: the firm’s first proprietary movement.The movement, Caliber H1837, is made for Hermès by Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier, in which Hermès has a 25-percent share; the other 75 percent is owned by the Sandoz Family Foundation, which also owns the Parmigiani watch brand. (Hermès also launched a second movement made … [Read more...]

Pocket Full of Complications: Today’s Haute Horlogerie Pocketwatches

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Even though the wristwatch long ago supplanted it in popularity, the classical pocketwatch continues to soldier on as a novelty in the world of timepieces, beloved by some collectors for their old-school appeal and large, decorative movements, and many of today's watch brands have used the style to express not only their historical cachet but also their horological expertise. Here we shine the spotlight on some recently released modern pocketwatches from popular wristwatch brands. … [Read more...]

WatchTime’s July-August Issue Is On Sale Now!

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WatchTime’s July-August issue is on newsstands now, with a test of Panerai's 1950 3 Days 47 mm, an under-the-hood look at Patek Philippe's Ref. 5204, and a TAG Heuer triple feature focusing on the brand's innovations in chronograph technology. Click here for highlights from the issue... … [Read more...]

Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda Retrograde Annual Calendar

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Parmigiani Fleurier's manufacturing team has created both hand-wound and automatic movements, including the perpetual calendar, tourbillons, an ultra-slim model, chronograph, the Bugatti and the Hemispheres, but an annual calendar was missing, until now. It appears in the Tonda collection in a case measuring 40mm in diameter.The new complication is based on the brand's PF 331 automatic movement, with the incorporation of a new additional Parmigiani module, creating the PF 339 Annual … [Read more...]

De Bethune, TAG Heuer, Zenith and Others Take Top Prizes at 2011 Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix

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More than 1,500 personalities from the watchmaking world turned out at the Grand Théâtre de Genève on Saturday November 19 for the 2011 Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix awards ceremony. The “Aiguille d’Or” prize for the watch of the year went to the De Bethune's DB28. … [Read more...]