7 Things You Should Know At The Baselworld Watch Fair

In the coming days, you’ll be reading quite a bit about Baselworld. What is Baselworld, exactly? Why is it so important? What happens there? Can I go? For the answers to these and more questions, read on.

1. What is Baselworld? Baselworld, sometimes called the Basel Fair, is the world’s largest watch-and-jewelry trade show. For 2016, the show runs March 17 to 24th, and as you might guess, it’s in Basel, Switzerland. read more

Show You Luxury Houses For Great Timepieces

It is the first new collection of watches for men and women in more than a decade from La Montre Hermès, the luxury house’s watchmaking division, and the first to appear from its creative director, Philippe Delhotal, who joined the company from Patek Philippe in 2009, and it is considered the culmination of a long-term strategy to set up Hermès as a credible maker of mechanical Swiss watches. read more

4 Watches To Wear This Season – Berry Fresh

Stylishly sophisticated timepieces for the ladies in luscious red, grape and plum are bold and ripe for the picking.

1. The Zenith Elite Ultra Thin Lady Moonphase features a purple sunray-patterned dial in a 33mm stainless case set with diamonds; $8,700, at Westime, Beverly Hills, and Cellini, New York. read more

Dior VIII Grand Bal Collection

With its mechanical couture for your wrist, Dior pays spectacular tribute to the eminent French designer, Monsieur Christian Dior. Its most evident nod to the couture world is expressed on the oscillating weight, which is exposed on the dial side of Dior’s watches. As the decorated oscillating weight swirls around the dial, one can image a haute couture gown flowing as it moves across the dance floor at the most elegant ball. read more