Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most beloved members of the royal family. Known as the “people’s princess,” her modesty resonated with the British people and made her accessible despite her status. Her life was cut short in a tragic car accident when
Despite the watch market’s current fluctuations, auction houses continue to set records for watch sales. In 2017 alone, recent sales have shattered many previous auction records.
One particular brand has dominated the auction blocks for the past decade: Patek Philippe. No surprise, given Patek has produced
To most people, a watch is a functional object—a device used to tell time. For some, it’s is a sentimental item passed down from generation to generation. And for others, it’s fashion statement—the perfect accessory to pair with a suit and tie. But for the
Like a nice suit, it’s easy to see why you’d want to opt for a reliable dress watch in your collection. “At least one” is what you always hear but as simple as it sounds, the hunt may seem daunting for some. Though dress watch
Paul Newman is no stranger to the watch world. In fact, he’s a bit of a legend. The Rolex Paul Newman Daytona is arguably the most coveted vintage Rolex of all time. This is the watch responsible for kicking off vintage watch collecting as we
In the watch industry, it’s crucial to be on the forefront of in-house research and development to stay competitive. One of the best ways to update a current model or debut a new one is to create a groundbreaking new movement that sets the bar
Since it debuted in the Spring of 2015, the Apple Watch remains a strong presence in the tech headlines. Before it launched, speculation revolved around its expected design and features. Once it was out, discussion focused on its projected sales. Now, everyone wants to know
Why do car guys like watches?
According to Tim Scott, well-known car photographer, it's because "there's a design thing about them that's very sexy and beautiful. I can guarantee that if I wear a good watch amongst car people, it'll take me into endless conversation—it's like
Rolex designed the Explorer with thrill-seekers in mind. The first Rolex Explorer debuted in 1953, the same year Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay completed the first successful ascent of Mt. Everest. Rolex sponsored the expedition and supplied Hillary with a watch to accompany him,