The eagle has landed. In advance of the 50th anniversary of man’s first touchdown on the moon, Omega has unveiled some big news. The watchmaker has announced that its famous Calibre 321 movement – the one housed inside the Speedmasters worn by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on Apollo 11 – will go back into […]
How an old-school watch industry doyen is
planning for the youthquake of the future
Their beauty comes naturally, but the process to create them doesn’t come easily.
Looking like a mechanical monster, the multipart “tool” in McLaren’s Woking manufacturing facility southwest of London is one of the most impressive examples of composite part manufacturing in the auto industry. By applying pressure and heat to a combination of intricately arranged carbon-fibre fabric and specially formulated epoxy resin, McLaren’s tool moulds the structural heart of its […]
The pro-surfer is riding high with a slew of new projects beyond his surfing career.
When he’s not running his vintage watch business, Wind Vintage, Eric Wind is advising high-end collectors on what to buy.
My Time, a new coffee table book published by Christie’s, features about a third of the Italian entrepreneur’s collection of mechanical wristwatches.