The Montblanc 1858 Automatic Chronograph combines a strong vintage aesthetic with a chronograph function. This model is available in a stainless steel or bronze case. The 42 mm case features both polished and satin finishing for utmost refinement and comes with a domed sapphire crystal glass box, highlighting the robustness and the vintage look of the watch. For the bronze model, the case back comes in titanium coated in bronze to avoid allergies. The case back has been engraved with the emblematic Mont Blanc mountain, a compass and two crossed ice pick-axes, as a nod to the spirit of mountain exploration. The bronze model has a smoked champagne-coloured dial with sunray finishing, providing an elegant backdrop for the bi-compax counters positioned at three and nine o clock, which take their inspiration from Minerva s historic chronographs. The dial is completed with beige luminescent Arabic numerals and cathedral-shaped hands that are slightly domed and have been enhanced with SuperL



Blancpain introduces a new complication in the Villeret collection: a retrograde day of the week indication. Presented with the Villeret Grande Date Jour Rétrograde, it is complemented by a large date displayed in two windows. Classicism and refinement are the watchwords of the new Villeret Grande Date Jour Rétrograde, reasserting Blancpain’s attachment to authentic horological values. The signature aesthetics of the collection are the double stepped (double pomme) bezel, thin profile, as well as elegant understated hands and indexes. To maintain a clean profile, unmarred by calendar adjustments requiring dimples on the case sides, the Villeret philosophy takes advantage of Blancpain’s patented exclusive under-lug correctors. Neither calendar indication requires a pusher or tool, as the day of the week can be set with a fingertip via a hidden corrector, and the date is adjusted through the crown. To ensure visual balance, the day of the week is positioned on an arc bet


Creating new approaches to time display has been HAUTLENCE s vocation since it was founded in 2004. The HL Vagabonde model is firmly in line with this philosophy. The Neuchâtel watch brand s timepieces have played a major role in making independent, contemporary watchmaking what it is today, a driving force for innovation, and this latest piece, available in two versions, takes its inspiration from satellite systems. Three discs, openworked to display the hours, orbit around the central minute disc. The effect is magical: the circular dance of the numbers is hypnotic. This creation is driven by a new self- winding calibre, the HTL 205-1, developed from the HMC200 movement created by H. Moser & Cie., HAUTLENCE s sister company. Set on different levels, four discs add volume to the dial, which provides a deep black background. The largest, made of sapphire adorned with HAUTLENCE s signature HONEYCOMB pattern, displays the minutes within a 240


Hamilton is synonymous with aviation and we’re celebrating our first 100 years of timing the skies with a limited edition watch that represents the very best of Hamilton. Based on the original Khaki X-Wind Auto Chrono, the 2018 Limited Edition is packed with aviation features for pilots and offers a technical perspective including the ground-breaking crosswind calculator of the original. Limited to just 1,918 individually numbered pieces, the Khaki X-Wind Auto Chrono Limited Edition features a robust 45 mm stainless steel case. Inside the case is the H-21-Si, the first Hamilton chronograph movement with a silicon hairspring. This material makes the movement more precise as silicon is non-magnetic and less sensitive to shocks. The former is an important feature for pilots because they often stay in environments with high magnetic fields, such as airports. In addition, the movement has been precision certified by COSC (Contr


Hamilton brings a fresh new look to our ladies’ collection with a subtle approach to timekeeping that is both versatile and sophisticated. The refined, traditional look of the Viewmatic Lady Auto is brought to life through powder-colored dials in lavender, white and sky blue, each featuring four shimmering diamonds. At 34mm, the polished stainless steel case is gently curved and houses the automatic movement perfectly. A choice of multilink metal bracelet or leather strap with contrasting side colors with crocodile pattern finish the look. Paired with cozy cashmere, luxurious leather or soft velvet, these feminine watches are the perfect accessory to ensure casual glamour.


Inspired by the military, built to last. The latest models from Hamilton’s Khaki Field collection are essential kit for life’s adventurers. One of the most widely produced and worn watches in the Hamilton collection, the Khaki Field was the original soldier’s watch. Rugged, uncompromising and functional, it was designed to meet the needs of military personnel but also became a firm favorite among Hamilton fans and collectors. 38mm matt stainless steel case, three hand display, dark dial with light, luminescent numerals, indexes showing hours and minutes, durable NATO strap: The new Khaki Field Mechanical is a faithful recreation of its original 1940s forebear and it is true to Hamilton’s military heritage. Synchronize your watches! There is nothing superfluous in this new watch, the original version of which was known as the ‘hack’ watch for its stop second function when the crown is released. Now a standard feature on all mechanical watches, it was


Staying true to our roots and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, Hamilton introduces a new, supersized addition to the Khaki Field collection. Since the 1940s, Hamilton has continued to produce the popular Khaki Field watches to supply soldiers with practical and robust watches in different sizes and with different functions. In 2018, the Hamilton designers are also using this functional collection to introduce innovative new technology. While the supersized case and numerals make an impact on the outside, a brand new movement is doing the heavy lifting on the inside and making sure this watch won’t let you down. The H-50 handwinding caliber is exclusive to Hamilton and features a massive 80 hours of power reserve.