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Awards Night: 3 Timepieces at WatchTime L.A. that Won Watchmaking’s Oscars

Hollywood is all about awards — Oscars, Golden Globes, Emmys, etc. — so it was only fitting that the first WatchTime Los Angeles event included among its plethora of luxury watches on display a number of timepieces that were awarded watchmaking’s highest honor, a prize from the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (aka the Geneva...


Bulgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin Talks Watches, Fashion, and Breaking Records

Bulgari-CEO Jean-Christophe Babin talked to Rüdiger Bucher, editor-in-chief of WatchTime’s German sister magazine Chronos and International Editorial Director of Ebner Publishing, about The connection between a new world record and fashion. RB: Generally speaking, how does your strategy for men’s watches differ from watches for women? JCB: We have been creating jewelry watches for women for 101 years....


WatchTime Los Angeles Debut: Introducing the Romain Gauthier Insight Micro-Rotor in White Gold

Just in time for WatchTime Los Angeles this weekend (get your tickets here), Romain Gauthier has announced a new white gold iteration for the Insight Micro-Rotor joining past editions in rose gold, platinum, and titanium. For those unfamiliar with the Insight Micro-Rotor, it is perhaps — alongside the GPHG-winning Logical One — the most recognized timepiece for...


What You Need to Know About WatchTime Los Angeles

WatchTime Los Angeles is this weekend and we hope you’re just as excited as we are! Since this is the first time we’ve hosted the event on the West Coast after five extremely successful years in New York, we figured our attending guests will have some questions. We’ve gathered a list of our most frequently...


Seven Intriguing Chronographs You’ll Discover at WatchTime L.A.

WatchTime Los Angeles kicks off this Friday, May 3, with 27 sponsoring watch brands and a host of watch-industry VIPs. Among the brands' new products on display will be, of course, some new chronograph models making their U.S. debut after being introduced at Baselworld or SIHH. Here are seven that are worthy of a closer look.


F.P. Journe Brings the Updated Élégante Collection to WatchTime Los Angeles

Élégante by F.P. Journe was originally intended to be solely the brand’s offering for female enthusiasts. It was first released in 2016 and it uses an in-house quartz movement that took Journe and team eight years of R&D to perfect. Not only does the electromechanical caliber promise at least eight years of running autonomy, it also features...


Grand Seiko Celebrates 20 Years of Spring Drive at WatchTime LA

Grand Seiko is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Spring Drive movement this year with three freshly designed sports models. For those unfamiliar, Spring Drive is a groundbreaking movement originally produced by Seiko in 1999, which maintains extremely precise timing by seamlessly combining a traditional mechanical mainspring with a quartz regulator and an electromagnetic rotor break....


West Coast Whirlwinds: Five Tourbillon Watches You’ll Discover at WatchTime L.A.

WatchTime Los Angeles, the West Coast's biggest watch show, hits Downtown L.A.'s Hudson Loft like a horological whirlwind next week! “Whirlwind,” incidentally, is the literal translation of “tourbillon,” one of the watch world’s most coveted high complications. Here are five of the most notable tourbillon-equipped timepieces that will be on display over the course of the two-day horological extravaganza.


Max Büsser of MB&F: “The Watch is My Canvas”

Year after year, MB&F surprises connoisseurs with watches that look and function totally unlike all other familiar timepieces. In this wide-ranging Q&A, Max Büsser, the founder and creative mastermind of this Geneva-based brand, talks about his concept, which sees a watch as a work of art.


London to La-La Land: Bremont 2019 Collection Lands at WatchTime L.A.

Bremont skipped the big Swiss watch fairs in 2019, choosing instead a handful of intimate "Townhouse" events in London and New York City for the launch of its 2019 collection. If you live on the West Coast, however, you may well have missed both of those. Good news: Your chance to check out Bremont's newest timepieces comes in just over a week, at the inaugural WatchTime Los Angeles event on May 3-4. Here's a rundown of some of the pieces you'll discover.


Parmigiani Quantième Perpétuel Rétrograde Makes its U.S. Debut at WatchTime L.A. Event

Among its new timepieces unveiled at SIHH 2019, Parmigiani Fleurier introduced the most complicated model yet in its recently revived Toric collection, the Toric Quantième Perpétuel Rétrograde – a perpetual calendar with a retrograde date and an ultra-precise moon-phase. On May 3-4, the watch, which wowed the invitation-only media and retail crowd in Geneva back...


Jaeger-LeCoultre Brings Men’s and Ladies’ Collections to WatchTime Los Angeles

WatchTime will be hosting the inaugural WatchTime Los Angeles two-day collectors' extravaganza on May 3-4, and we’re bringing 27 of the industry’s most interesting and innovative timepiece brands with us. One of them is the venerable Swiss manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre, which will be showing an array of men's and ladies' watches from its diverse timepiece families. Here’s a sneak preview.

Baselworld 2019:

WatchTime’s Official Editors’ Round Table for Baselworld

Baselworld 2019 will most likely go down as the show’s deciding year: On one hand, Baselworld had to deal with yet another significantly lower number of exhibitors (and visitors); on the other hand, the show’s new management also had to make sure the outlook for 2020 would be convincing enough to bring back large portions...


E.C. Andersson Denise Calypso-Blue: A Fresh Addition to the Popular Tool-Watch Collection

Two months ago E.C.Andersson Watch Co. released the Denise, the company’s first professional diver and heavy-duty tool-watch. Although there is still some time before delivery, the watch has already sold out, which makes the Denise Calypso-Blue a welcome addition to the series. Named after the submarine that was carried aboard Jacques Cousteau’s oceanographic research vessel, Calypso,...