Introducing the Certina Chronographe DS Podium Accurate, reliable, more affordable and less demanding than manual mechanical calibres that you have to wind regularly or self-winding movements that stop if you don’t wear them for days. One of the best quartz movements on the market is the...

Heuer unveiled a chronograph with an unusual square watertight case in 1969 named Monaco in tribute to the Grand Prix. The iconic Monaco chronograph has since become a signature in TAG Heuer’s product range, comes in a variety of designs (mainly in terms of functions...

The cushion-shape case, which is neither square nor round, gives the DS Eagle so much personality that you instantly recognise it. The Certina classic’s name stands for "Double Sécurité", a fastening system which secures the watch to the wrist. The rose gold PVD-coated steel case...

Since trunk maker Louis Vuitton first started in the 1830s, travel has always been integral to the brand. Journeys were long, packing was labour intensive and trunks were well-filled in the 19th century. The Parisian brand’s signature trunks still exist today alongside suitcases and large...

The Chaux-de-Fonds-based watch brand has its own take on the word Aeroscope: an expert blend of strength and sophistication twinned with the perfect combination of technique and design all housed in a titanium body. The 44mm cushion-shaped case is coated in black DLC as is...

The French have all read and enjoyed Le Petit Prince by famous pilot and writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The poetic and philosophical story published in 1943 is an integral part of French culture. However, few people know that its author died during a reconnaissance flight...