Emilia Hoth


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A Radiant Revival: the new Tissot Sideral 

A touch of vintage and nostalgia: it’s no wonder that many popular watch models from the past are celebrating their comeback. Tissot, too, is reviving a model from the early 70s with the brightly coloured Sideral. Visually, the parallels to the…


Celebrating the 80th Monaco Grand Prix: TAG Heuer Monaco Chronograph Skeleton 

In honour of this year’s 80th edition of the Monaco Grand Prix, TAG Heuer released the Monaco Skeleton chronograph. Notably, this marks the first time that a skeletonized dial has featured in the Monaco collection. The original model quickly became one of the brand’s most iconic…


Back to The Roots: Breguet Type 20 Chronographe 2057 and Type XX Chronographe 2067

After four years of development, the time has come: Breguet presents two new pilot’s watches inspired by the Maison’s military (Type 20) as well as civilian (Type XX) models of the 1950s. The new Type 20 Chronographe 2057 and the…


Born of Fire: Rado Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Skeleton 

With the Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic Skeleton, a skeletonised model joins Rado’s Captain Cook collection, also known as the watch brand’s first diving watch, which debuted in 1962. This timepiece does not only distinguish itself through its high durability, but also through its…


May The Fastest Yacht Win: The Inaugural Richard Mille Cup

Where best to celebrate the beginning of summer than by the sea? For fifteen days in mid-June, Richard Mille will host its very own regatta on both sides of the Channel for the first time. The first edition of the…


A new Interpretation of the Perpetual Calendar: Breguet Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327

Classics never go out of fashion. This is also true for the Perpetuélle timepieces invented by Abraham-Louis Breguet with their à secousses (moving) oscillating weight. As the successor model to the Classique Quantième Perpétuel 5327 released in 2004, the Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327 is a reinterpretation of the…


A Marriage of Simplicity and Complexity: Louis Vuitton Voyager Skeleton Platinum Limited Edition 

Simplicity that conveys complexity is rare. When it comes to the Louis Vuitton Voyager Skeleton Platinum Limited Edition, it is so rare that there are only a mere 150 pieces in existence. With its streamlined shapes, navy blue details and use of…


Louis Vuitton Tambour Opera Automata

With the new Tambour Opera Automata, Louis Vuitton plays on the theme of art imitating life and life imitating art. Drawing upon elements of Chinese culture and mythology, the watch presents the wearer with a Bian Lian performance. As part…