What belongs together comes together. IWC Schaffhausen is treating its chronograph movement to a ceramic case made of zirconium oxide. Entirely in the spirit of its namesake Leonardo da Vinci, the Da Vinci Chronograph Ceramic embodies innovation and first-class engineering
Jazz giant honoured by Oris Oris’ track record in producing limited edition watches is almost as distinguished as the track record of the man to whom Oris dedicates its latest jazz watch: Oscar Peterson. Regarded by many as the greatest jazz
LINDE WERDELIN, the leading sports watches and attachable instruments manufacturer, is proud to present a new addition to the Oktopus family, the Oktopus Moonphase complication. Powered by a Frédéric Piguet movement (caliber 1150) and with a moonphase complication built by
The passing of the hours is the one thing we all have in common. Long the subject of philosophical musings, time waits for none of us. This thought-provoking volume profiles twelve very distinct masters in the world of high-end horology.
Snowboard cross star was the first Canadian woman to win gold at home One of the most thrilling finishes at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games resulted in a tale of national pride and Olympic redemption. Maëlle Ricker, competing in snowboard