Breitling have really been concentrating on making their best watches this year because it has been 125 years since they first entered the business. Read More
If you were to ask me what my favourite designer is, I’d beat around the bush for a few minutes about how I like a lot of designers and eventually come to the conclusion that I adore Dior. The reason I’m infatuated with everything Dior is that they really don’t do anything for the sake of expanding their product range. Read More
Ralph Lauren is one of the few designer brands that have become a house hold name all over the world. This is because he used his smarts when it came to the products he did. You can find a RL everything if you look hard enough. However one venture Ralph Lauren hadn’t taken was in to the wrist watch market. Read More
Colette (with its vast collection of exclusive stuff that no one else in Europe, sorry I mean the world has) has just received a gift from Alain Silberstein. Well it’s not a gift but the iKrono Blue Ring watch will only be available at Colette. Read More
German brand known mainly for their pens are usually forgotten when it comes to fine watches. However they do have some history when it comes to watch making. MontBlanc describes the TimeWalker as “Dynamic,Discrete and Understated”, I agree with them completely. At first glance the watch doesn’t seem like much but it’s dual time zone function allows you to know what time it is at any other part of the world, perfect for people who travel a lot. It’s easy to read face is also very practical and at $1000 it isn’t to pricey either, actually quite close the price of a MontBlanc pen. For more info check out MontBlanc.