For their second timepiece collaboration, the brands have co-created a GMT.
The 1858 Geosphere limited edition pays tribute to Reinhold Messner’s fabled climbing career.
The Geneva maker’s iconic ladies’ watch goes back to its 21-year-old roots.
All hail the grey side of the moon.
The standalone outlet will open on 8th October.
It now comes on a full pink gold bracelet but you can switch up the vibe with rubber or leather straps.
The timepiece has 85 different geometric cuts to its icy bling.
Horology history buffs will love Ferdinand Berthoud’s new Chronomètre FB 2RE.
“Dystopian goodness” in horological form.
The sky blue-hued chronograph will transport you to Mykonos.