You can probably spot a Movado from a mile away—thanks to their notably minimalist, and wildly popular, Museum dial watches.
But the Museum watch didn’t come on the scene until the late 1940s, over a half century after Movado began making precision mechanical timepieces in Switzerland in 1881. Hence the name of their new all-automatic-movement collection of watches harking back to their roots that was unveiled at Baselworld 2015 and has just hit their webstore.
Just when you thought all the #menswear dust had settled from NYFW: Men’s...
All of a sudden it’s Market Week here in New York—a time for buyers to stock their shops, for editors to take the pulse of the upcoming seasons and for more general menswear camaraderie. So we took stock of the Big Three (Capsule, Liberty Fairs and MAN) to find our favorite watches being previewed.
We spend most of our Tuesdays talking about more established brands, but every so often we like to check out the scene of up-and-coming watchmakers hoping to build their brand with a little help from crowdfunding.
Until recently, it would seem that the pocket watch had gone the way of the monocle.
But they’ve been popping up more and more lately, even in as disparate corners as Hermès and Shinola. Then, just last week in London, Tom Ford fashioned an Apple Watch into one and we couldn’t help but take notice.
Quick reminder: it will be the third Sunday in June this weekend.
That means you’re probably still on the hook for finding a Father’s Day gift. So, instead of the obvious last-minute #1 Dad mug or bottle of booze, you ought to get him something thoughtful (and last-minute).
With the weather already warming up, chances are you’re going to find yourself diving into some body of water in the near future.
And whether that’s going to be a lake, an ocean or a rooftop kiddie pool, you’re going to want a proper dive watch—with the requisite depth rating.
It would seem that another legendary Swiss mechanical watchmaker has thrown its hat into the smartwatch ring...
Today IWC announced its plans for IWC Connect, a similar concept to the Montblanc e-Strap we covered a while back, which straps a miniature smartwatch to a traditional timepiece.