ROYAL ORDER
CROWN Singapore|December 2020
Tudor’s new Royal collection gets dressy while loading up on nostalgia
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ROYAL ORDER

Tudor’s new Royal collection gets dressy while loading up on nostalgia

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December 2020

EXCEPTIONAL ELEGANCE

Encased in the finest metals and precious stones, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Pearlmaster holds a special place in the Oyster collection, as a watchmaking jewel expressing refinement and elegance

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META METAL

Urwerk’s new UR-100 V Iron hurtles through time and space in metallic chic

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BIG MECH

Commemorating Grand Seiko’s 60th anniversary, innovative new movements underscore the brand’s fast-rising stature

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December 2020

Chopard Beefs Up The Alpine Eagle Collection

Chopard beefs up the Alpine Eagle collection with a plus-sized chronograph

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December 2020

Staying The Course

The enduring epoch of the Carrera collection that headlines TAG Heuer’s 160th festivities had always been a highly deliberate and calculated affair

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December 2020

Double The Pleasure

The inventor of the tourbillon takes the complication to the next level

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December 2020

Sounds Like Family

Beyond its many technical accomplishments, Patek Philippe’s Ref. 6301P Grande Sonnerie is a labour of love founded on familial bonds

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December 2020

2020 Year In Review

Tenacity and hope in the face of seismic changes

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A Different Angle

Never traditional to begin with, Cartier’s new Tank Asymétrique is reimagined with modern perspectives

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