mechanical watches

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…
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…
Dior’s Christal Huit – An Art Deco World Timer Watch

Dior’s Christal Huit – An Art Deco World Timer Watch

Christian Dior has been making remarkable strides in watchmaking over the past several years. The year 2009 marked the beginning of a collaboration with movement designers Franck Orny and Johnny Girardin, resulting in the Christal Mysterieuse. The Chrystal Mysterieuse fascinated the watch world with its six layered crystal plates that…