Miles Davis: The Early Years
Jazz as we know it wouldn’t be quite the same without the indispensable impact of Miles Davis. He wasn’t just one of the most influential musicians of his era. He also continues to inspire modern musicians today. At the side of
When it comes to starting a watch collection, sometimes it’s best to start strong. You might have heard about the fabled “one watch” collection—the idea that a single timepiece offers everything you could need. Now, whether you’re looking to challenge yourself to that kind of
What makes a watch iconic? Is it the movement inside? Is it the special complications it has? Or is it design?
For us, you have to be able to look at a watch and just know what it is in order to consider it iconic. It
Since the introduction of the Santos-Dumont wristwatch by Cartier in the early 1900s, watches designed for flight have taken a permanent spot on the wrists of aviators everywhere. Much of this can be attributed to the earliest Flieger watches worn by the Luftwaffe in World
Introduced in 1952, the Breitling Navitimer took the design and movement of Breitling’s famous Chronomat. It then turned it into a powerful aviation instrument. With a slide rule bezel designed to solve logarithmic calculations on the fly, the Navitimer was more than a watch --