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Steve McQueen at the Le Mans trials, France, 12th April 1970. He was banned from taking part in the race for insurance reasons. On his wrist, is of course the Rolex Submariner (Photo by Reg Lancaster/Daily Express/Getty Images)

Steve McQueen: The Watches

Revolution accounts for the many watches that Hollywood's "King of Cool", Steve McQueen owned and also the watches that he wore on screen.
Thomas Crown’s Affair with Style and Timepieces

Thomas Crown’s Affair with Style and Timepieces

Wei Koh examines how Steve McQueen’s magnificent wardrobe and wristwatches stole the show in classic 1968 heist film, The Thomas Crown Affair.
Panerai CEO, Jean-Marc Pontrouévideo

Panerai Donates PAM 1661 Proto #4 to Revolution x The Rake Covid-19 Solidarity Auction

Panerai CEO, Jean-Marc Pontroué tells us why he decided donate to the Revolution x The Rake Covid-19 Solidarity Auction, and why the PAM 1661 Proto #4
Industry titan, Jean-Claude Biver awarded the insignia of Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur, a decoration presented by the French Ambassador to Switzerland Frédéric Journès during an official ceremony at the French Embassy in Bern. Bern, Switzerland, January 15, 2020 © Fred Merz | Lundi13

A Wake-Up Call to Humanity — Jean-Claude Biver

A visionary leader, an innovative CEO, a marketing genius. Jean-Claude Biver has earned numerous...
Vilma Banky and Rudolph Valentino in the 1926 film, Son of the Sheik; Valentino insisted on wearing his treasured Cartier Tank during the filming. In every scene.

The Roaring Twenties — The Most Important Decade for the Wristwatch?

Revolution’s Editor-at-Large Ken Kessler examines the birth pangs of the wristwatch during the Roaring Twenties.