Santa and Mrs Claus are finally free to take a deep breath (and perhaps a deep swig of mulled wine) and turn their attention to each other. May we suggest a few little somethings in their favorite colors?
With the cheery thought of sunshine on the (literal) horizon, let us turn our attention to watches with day/night indicators, which optimistically dole out 12 hours apiece to day and night.
Women’s watches have been almost an afterthought — mostly just men’s watches with smaller dimensions and a thick impasto of diamonds. A vanguard of brands are changing that, focusing on a feminine sensibility and creating models that speak to the modern woman.
In certain markets including India, Mexico and the Mideast, there is a distinct preference among men for timepieces that are both technical and bejeweled, as well as those dedicated to métiers d’art.
Orlinski and his vision are the perfect match for Hublot, an equally voracious brand when it comes to unexpected materials.
Wherever a heightened focus on creativity meets a wave of concentrated wealth, luxury brands will follow, seeking an audience that is primed to spend into the five, six or seven figures for a bold statement of artistry.
Tanzanite was virtually unknown until 1967; it was the first new transparent blue gemstone to be unearthed in hundreds of years.
Give your favorite sailor a toy big enough for the two of you — and a few friends. Buy him a bespoke super yacht, or rent one.
When it comes to mechanical watches, the beauty lies in the construction of the mechanism itself, and the different, inventive dial configurations that the world’s top brands come up with.
Looking for a visual masterpiece as a holiday gift? Here's a Big Bang Pop Art from Hublot, a wizardly Vacheron Constantin and a unique piece from MB&F.
The oenophiles in your life will toast your excellent taste if you present them with these fine wines.