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Never look at “www” the same way again; Revolution clocks the miles in asking women watch lovers and consumers what they actually want in a watch.
The integrated bracelet watch has become an icon, one that emerged from the ’70s as a response to a design-centric world. Or did it?
Ross Povey picks out his favorite lots from Sotheby’s watches sale catalogue, to be held at London on September 24th, 2019.
It’s been 50 years since the first automatic integrated chronograph was created. Here’s what’s been developing since then.