Why the world's best watches may come from Japan...
Switzerland has the premiere watchmaking reputation, but Japan offers a home-grown contender for ...
Here are the best watches of the year: should you care?
The watch industry's biggest awards ceremony has been run and won, but does it really represent t...
How technology is making your watch better
From silicon to straps, innovations in smart design are leading to better watches.
IWC's latest chronograph isn't just for fighter pilots
There's quite the real-life story behind IWC's striking Top Gun chrono series.
These fashion watches strut from the runway to the wrist
Here is what happens when haute couture meets haute horlogerie.
The barely-there brilliance of the Bvlgari Octo Finissimo
Don't judge the Octo Finissimo by its polished looks or ultra-thin profile alone: there's some br...
Six watches that dial up the colour
Black and white are all right, but splash on some colour to really have some fun.
New Rolex Submariner models: here's why they matter
For nearly 70 years the Rolex Oyster has been a wrist-worn staple – the dive watch that became a ...
Four famous watches that are part of history
The stories behind these famous watches are almost as interesting as the people who wore them.
Can a watch be sustainable?
From marketing ploys to meaningful change, we explore sustainability in the watch space.
Rado's Captain Cook makes a splash
While it might not help you circumnavigate Australia, Rado's Captain Cook is a smart bit of kit ...
The 2020 Longines Spirit collection takes flight
In a turbulent year, Longines charts its own course and releases a new collection based on the sp...
Retro roadster: TAG Heuer Carrera 160 Years Montreal LE
Celebrating 160 years in style with this colourful throwback chronograph.
These watch cases go beyond steel and gold
Wrap something different around your wrist: these new alloys and materials are making watches tou...
Diving into 55 years of the Seiko Prospex
With over half a century of underwater experience, Seiko's dive watches are still making a splash.
In watches, as in life, less is often more
Who needs bells and whistles when all you want is to tell the time.
Breitling Chronomat makes a nod to '80s-fuelled nostalgia
Who would have thought an icon of 80s excess would be the hit watch of an austere and isolated 2020?
Montblanc's refreshed 1858 collection scales new heights
New cases, dials and details make for a substantial update to Montblanc's outdoorsy 1858 family.