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Prized by professional athletes and serious collectors alike, Richard Mille timepieces are known for their incomparably distinctive and shock-defying designs. A new collaboration with French street artist Cyril Congo takes graffiti art to a whole new level, proof that traditional watchmaking can keep up with the times.
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The Richard Mille watch developed for tennis champ, Rafael Nadal, is a test bed of high-tech engineering, built to withstand the most extreme conditions, look like a million bucks and weigh as much as a feather. In essence, it’s a tourbillon timepiece unlike any other.
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A. Lange & Söhne’s annual production may equate to just five per cent of its larger Richemont sibling, Cartier, but that doesn’t bother this fine German watchmaker one iota. They’re far more concerned about the impeccable construction and obsessive precision of their seemingly simple, yet highly complex timepieces.
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Originally fashion accessories, Dior’s watches are now complicated instruments of time and stunning pieces of jewellery and are the fruit of a collaboration with Switzerland’s Zenith.
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Much more than makers of scarves and saddlebags, the venerable House of Hermès are past masters of timepieces, as their gorgeous new offering, the Arceau Lift, attests.
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As comebacks go, this one’s the horological equivalent of Sinatra’s or Presley’s – Lange & Söhne represents the pinnacle of German watchmaking and their half-century in the wilderness has only whetted enthusiasts’ appetites for more.
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Baselworld is the watch industry’s equivalent of the Oscars, an exciting mix of legendary names and brash new arrivals. Dressed to impress, some more eye-catchingly than others, here’s our look at the most extraordinary watches on display this year.
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When a highly esteemed 220-year-old Swiss watchmaker and an acclaimed Lebanese painter join forces, the result is a wearable work of precision art.
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Richard Yasmine’s designs blur the line between fantasy and reality. Both functional household objects and carnal statements, his highly charged work seduces through the use of honest materials and sleek aesthetics.
Dubai-based ready-to-wear designer Lama Jouni teams traditional techniques with a forward-looking approach.
The billionaire founder of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk is not one to shy away from outlandish goals. His latest involves colonising Mars via manned missions that should start as soon as 2022.
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