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Delve into the history of dial design and the elements that make up some of the most famous watch faces of our time. In part 1: sector dials.
Longines played host in China in celebration of their 185h anniversary in conjunction with the global launch of their new Record collection, held at the historic and sacred Imperial Ancestral Temple.
All the clever, novel watches with fresh complications – from the likes of Manufacture Royale, Jaquet Droz and Chanel – will enjoy deep coverage from the rest of our team, so I gave myself a different task: pick the five that I’d purchase with my own cash. It doesn't get more honest than that.
Revolution’s Editor-at-Large and his circle of watch-loving friends have been meeting up for a quarter-century-plus. Not too long ago, we caught them enjoying the Kent sun.