Grandfather clocks

Thrill of the Chase


More than 200 artist-designed eggs will be placed around New York City for the Fabergé Big Egg Hunt

Form and Fashion


Photographer Bill Cunningham’s intriguing project pairing period clothing with the city’s architecture goes on display at the New-York Historical Society

The Affordable Art Fair Comes to New York


Featuring work by established artists as well as newcomers, this annual show aims to make art accessible to everyone

Professional Opinion


AD polled top talents to see what grabbed their attention at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show

Luxury With a Midprice Flair


88 Rue du Rhone is dedicated to the proposition that the company can create and sell luxury watches at affordable prices.

Vintage Repair: Be Careful!


Some advice from experts on the dos and don’ts of repairing vintage watches.

A Wrist-Worn Beacon


Breitling is starting to market a wristwatch designed for fliers, sailors and people who practice extreme sports in remote locations.

Who Wears What, Why?


Watches are superfluous, yet buyers keep spending thousands of dollars on them. Figuring out why keeps marketing departments ticking.

Turning Around an Industry Steeped in Tradition


Jean-Claud Biver, tapped by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton to head its watch division, is known for the successful reinvention of Hublot.

The Attraction for Nautical Folklore in Watch Design


The history of chronometers is incorporated into current wristwatch designs.
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