The Skull collection has been enhanced with a more compact model, but its message still resonates now more than ever. The Skull, with its new 48.8 mm case, is available in two versions, the first made entirely from pink gold and the second from contrasting gold and black DLC titanium. Both have a patinated skull, underscoring the fact that life is precious.


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To mark the new partnership, TAG Heuer presented two magnificent special editions honouring the British luxury brand. The Swiss watchmaker drew on its extensive expertise and through a strong collaboration with the Aston Martin design team to develop the designs, drawing direct inspiration from the colours, shapes, patterns and materials characteristic of Aston Martin s sports cars. Every detail imparts a creative touch and recalls the overarching automotive spirit of the partnership.


Blancpain’s complete calendar GMT complication established itself as a mainstay with its original debut in 2002. For Baselworld 2018, the Manufacture reinterprets this practical complication and brings it back with the new Quantiè€me Complet GMT enhanced with Blancpain’s patented under lug correctors. Since the early 1980’s, Blancpain’s complete calendar moonphase timepieces have been a signature of the house. Blancpain’s design that displays the day of the week and month in windows and the date with a supplemental blued serpentine shaped hand reading upon scale positioned around the chapter ring and placement of a moon phase window at six o clock has firmly established itself as a classic arrangement. Adding the GMT function elevates the timepiece to a high complication. Ensuring that the watch places itself as an ideal travel companion, the calendar indications are linked to the local time display shown on the principal hands. Home time is shown with a


Breathtaking Lapland scenery, the Northern Lights, driving a Ferrari on the ice… A dream scenario made real by Hublot, the new partners of Lapland Ice Driving. Lapland Ice Driving takes place a stone’s throw from the Arctic Circle in a charming Swedish village, Arjeplog, with 2000 inhabitants. A majestic frozen lake spreading over 1,200 hectares with temperatures ranging from -5 to -40


Today, TAG Heuer is very proud to announce that a global partnership has been signed with Gulf Oil International, which will see the development of new activities and new editions, including the Monaco Gulf which was presented on the occasion of the signing. With the immediately recognisable famous blue and orange stripes, Gulf has been a well-known player in the automotive industry for over 115 years. Quality, endurance and passion are the company s watchwords; proven by their history of innovation, invention and continuing development. It was the first company to drill for oil below the sea, and in 1913, became the first in the world to open a petrol station.


Richard Mille and McLaren Automotive have revealed their first jointly-commissioned timepiece, the RM 11-03 McLaren Automatic Flyback Chronograph, at the Geneva International Motor Show during a reception hosted by McLaren Automotive CEO, Mr Mike Flewitt and Richard Mille CEO, Mr Richard Mille. Limited to just 500 pieces globally and priced at 180,000CHF plus tax, the watch will be made available initially mainly to McLaren Ultimate Series clients. The RM 11-03 McLaren, created in close collaboration between McLaren Design Director Rob Melville and Richard Mille Engineer Fabrice Namura, has been in development since McLaren Automotive and Richard Mille partnered last year uniting a mutual interest in unique design, the use of new materials and modern craftsmanship. “ The idea was to take on a real technical challenge, and come up with something other than a mere dial with an inscription, for example. I


We’re continuing to explore space and time, the two dimensions that were such a source of inspiration for Louis Moinet, himself a watchmaker and astronomer. Our two latest creations, Acasta and Dhofar, give wearers their very own fragment of space – a piece of eternity – on their wrist.” Take a piece of moon rock, one of the rarest in the universe. Only a hundred or so lunar meteorites have ever been found. This one is called Dhofar 457, named after the southernmost region of the Sultanate of Oman, on the border with Yemen.