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Sports Cars For the Wrist: Porsche Design Custom-Built Timepieces Program
The user has the opportunity to customize the signature element of the self-winding movement, the new COSC chronometer-certified Caliber WERK 01.100, developed in-house at Porsche Design Timepieces AG in Switzerland.
Sixties, Meet Seventies: TAG Heuer Carrera 160 Years Montreal Limited Edition
Named after the treacherous Carrera Panamericana road race, the TAG Heuer Carrera 160 Years Montreal Limited Edition combines elements of the Carrera with those of the 1970s’ cult classic, the white Heuer Montreal, a cushion-shaped, bicompax chronograph with a colorful dial that was launched in 1972.
Racing Back To its Roots: TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Collection
Launching over two collections in two distinctive styles is the TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre Heuer 02 collection.
For 2020, the 55th anniversary of the brand’s first dive watch, Seiko has also been working on another take on two vintage watches from its Prospex collection. We take a first look at both the more classic “1965 Diver’s Modern Re-interpretation” and the “1970 Diver’s Re-interpretation” with its distinctive asymmetrical cushion case.
Spirit in The Sky: Aviation, Exploration And Historical Design Inspire New Longines Spirit Collection
Many historically minded watch mavens know that Longines timed Charles Lindbergh’s record-setting transatlantic flight in 1927.
Inspired By Ancestry
Blancpain’s Villeret collection channels the haute horlogerie roots of the world’s oldest watchmaking brand and continues to innovate with an array of grand and practical complications.
Postwar And Modern: Longines Heritage Classic Tuxedo Collection
The two new 1940s-inspired pieces called the Heritage Classic Tuxedo Chronograph and the Heritage Classic Tuxedo Time only take their inspiration from the postwar period and the sector-dial designs that were popular at the time.
Circles of Time
Fifteen years after its introduction, the Lange 1 Time Zone has now been equipped with a new manufacture caliber. The time in two different time zones can be read intuitively from the dial. But this watch offers much more, as we can confirm after scrutinizing one we were able to preview before the watch’s official launch.
As more and more of today’s consumers look for watches that make a truly personal statement, the art of customization is in rising demand. Here we offer one of the most comprehensive looks at customizing time.
Following the current trend, Oris has encased its design icon, the Big Crown Pointer Date, in warm bronze — not only the case but the bezel, the namesake big crown, and even the dial. We tested the watch in real-life situations.
CANADA'S FORGOTTEN CAPITAL
Beneath the streets of Old Montreal, the rubble of a short-lived Parliament building offers a glimpse into a young country’s growing pains
Force of Will
THE STORY OF EMILY ST. JOHN MANDEL’S DRAMATIC ASCENT TO THE BEST-SELLER LIST AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF HER FOURTH NOVEL, STATION ELEVEN, HOLDS VALUABLE LESSONS FOR WRITERS ABOUT HARD WORK AND PERSISTENCE. HER RESPONSE TO THE HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR HER FOLLOW-UP, THE GLASS HOTEL, MAY BE EVEN MORE INSTRUCTIVE.
Reflections Of The Untold
Guillaume Seff was born in Toulouse, France, in 1977, and now works between Toulouse and Montreal, Quebec. He has been painting since his childhood.
HOW MONTREAL WAGES A $166-MILLION BATTLE AGAINST SNOW EVERY SINGLE YEAR TO KEEP ITS STREETS AND SIDEWALKS CLEAR
MADE IN CANADA
A show of design strength shapes up in Montreal
From The Start
Hanya Seah is no stranger to new beginnings. In 2016, when most jewellers sought nostalgia, she pushed forward, starting her jewellery business, Chez G, one of the first brands to offer customised decorative teeth covers known as grills. Four years on, she takes a look back to how it all began
Race To The Top
The party isn’t stopping over at TAG Heuer as the Swiss marque ramps up its birthday celebrations with another limited-edition model, the commemorative Carrera Sport Chronograph 160 Years Special Edition
Hyper Scape Preview
I know what you’re thinking: yet another battle royale game, and you may be right for feeling that way because the market for these games is getting quite saturated. For me, I enjoy seeing all the different takes on the genre, even if it can start to feel familiar, but Hyper Scape feels rather unique despite taking some similarities from those that came before (whether they were successful or not).
The Power of Perseverance
“It’s easy to give up, it’s much harder to persevere,” restaurateur Joey Ghazal says. If there’s something the founder of The MAINE Group knows a lot about, it’s the power of perseverance
“India Could Pave the Way for Sustainable Air Conditioning Systems”
Mr Atul Bagai is Head of Country Office (India), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Here, he is in an exclusive conversation with Abhas Mukherjee for TerraGreen magazine.