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Revolution visited the Jaeger-LeCoultre manufacture at Le Sentier where traces of its history remain effervescent in the heart of its grand complications.
Revolution headed out for a chukka at Emsworth Polo Grounds to see who is wearing what.
With an increasing international interest in the British Royal Family, Revolution decided to take a closer look at some of the timepieces that have graced the most regal of wrists.
On a typical water-logged British summer day, two teams took to the field in a battle of the fittest to decide the winners of the 2017 Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup.
With a career spanning seven decades, Pablo Picasso had a huge impact on 20th-century art, becoming one of the most sought after painters of the new millennium. An artistic rebel who grew fantastically wealthy within his lifetime, Picasso had a love of finery and beauty, which included his choice of wristwear.