NOMOS Glashutte for Doctors Without Borders

NOMOS Glashutte for Doctors Without Borders

NOMOS Glashütte recently introduced a limited series of watches to benefit the work of Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières). The mechanical hand-wound watches boast NOMOS’ signature clean design aesthetic, with subtle additions. The twelve on the dial appears in red, a subtle nod to the lifesaving organization. NOMOS also added…
Patek Philippe Exhibition to be held in NYC July 2017

Patek Philippe Exhibition to be held in NYC July 2017

A grand exhibition is in the works featuring some of the finest and rarest timepieces ever made. The Art of Watches Grand Exhibition, Discovering the World of Patek Philippe, will be one of the largest and most comprehensive exhibitions of historical and modern timepieces the world has ever seen. And knowing the…
Wempe Reopens on Fifth Avenue in Grand Style

Wempe Reopens on Fifth Avenue in Grand Style

New York has a new watch shopping mecca on Fifth Avenue. Wempe has reopened its doors in New York, marking a months-long renovation, and an expansion of its luxurious and inviting interior. Now occupying 5,500 feet at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 55th street, the store’s selection of top brands is…
Olympic Timing: Omega’s New Innovations for its 26th Games

Olympic Timing: Omega’s New Innovations for its 26th Games

As the world awaits the official opening of the Olympic Games, Omega has been preparing to time the world’s most prestigious international sports competition. The 2016 Olympics will be Omega’s 26th as the official timekeeper. In 1932, its first year as official timekeeper, Omega created precision stopwatches to time the…