EMBRACING THE DARK SIDE Royal Oak will soon be 50 years old. Yet its silhouette outlives fashions. The Brassus-based manufacture transcends it with an attractive evolution blending ceramic and fine-watchmaking engineering. From the moment it was unveiled back in 1971, Royal Oak, designed by Gerald Genta for...

STILL ON TREND Three Royal Oak Offshore pieces are sporting a camouflage design with blue, green, and brown ceramic bezels that casually adapt to any terrain. Military fabrics make it possible to be practically invisible in any combat zone, on land or at sea. The desired effect...

SHOWPIECE In this essential model, the brand based in Le Brassus makes use of geometric shapes to provide a striking new visual design. Bowing out with panache: this was Audemars Piguet’s aim at its last SIHH – the brand has opted not to take part in...

OVAL FINESSE  The Millenary watch by Audemars Piguet is built on different levels, modestly unveiling its mechanical core and bringing the Milanese mesh and Florentine finish into the collection Although less well known than its sister watches, the Royal Oak and Royal Oak Offshore, the Millenary has...

CELEBRATING A QUARTER OF A CENTURY Audemars Piguet is celebrating 25 years of its Royal Oak Offshore with two remarkable timepieces, including a new, futuristic looking one. 2018 will mark Royal Oak Offshore’s 25th anniversary. During the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the brand from...

IN THE PRIME OF LIFE Collectors, watch out! For the 25th anniversary of the Royal Oak Offshore, Audemars Piguet is perpetuating the legend of its exceptional chronograph with an ideal re-release. Since Audemars Piguet first launched its flagship sports chic chronograph, the 25721ST, over 120 models machined...

THE POWER OF CERAMICS Audemars Piguet made its first perpetual calendar wrist watch in 1955. A limited edition of nine gold pieces opened the way for this useful complication and has led, over 60 years later, to the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar. Launched at the beginning of...