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Wish List: Buben & Zorweg Treasury
You've got the collection, so now you want somewhere to store your beloved timepieces - to keep them safe, but also to display them to be admired at a glance when you aren't wearing them. But why stop there? Why not add a cigar humidor, a place to keep your favourite tipple, and even a built-in HiFi system? With the Buben&Zorway Treasury display cabinet, the sky is the limit.
Brand Focus: Vacheron Constantin
In July 1955, at the height of the Cold War, a meeting was held to discuss peace. The Geneva Summit, as it became known, was led by the 'Big Four' - USA’s President Dwight Eisenhower, Britain's Prime Minister Anthony Eden, France's Prime Minister Edgar Faure and the Premier of the Soviet Union, Nikolai Bulganin. In honour of this meeting to encourage global diplomacy, citizens of Geneva offered the four heads of state timepieces inscribed with the world leaders' names. The watch brand chosen for this great honour? Vacheron Constantin. It was a company that had come to symbolise superior quality, style - and enduring perseverance.
Tick list: Augustus Pili
They say that manners maketh the man, and it’s true that the traditional English gent lives by a certain code—part of which is being impeccably well dressed. That’s the design idea behind Augustus Pili, a new luxury footwear designer that’s helping the modern man step out in style.
Wish List: Earin earbuds
Perfect sound, without getting tangled up in wires? That's what Earin is offering with its clever and modern wireless earbuds. The lightweight earphones are small, lightweight and discreet - perfect for an immersive music experience, whether you're out for a morning jog or just relaxing at leisure.
Brand Focus: Glashütte Original
The history of Glashutte Original is a long and winding one, and in order to understand how the brand became what it is today, it’s imperative to take a look back at the history of a small town deep in the Saxony region of Germany.
Wish List: Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4
Had he lived to see it, 28 April 2016 would have been the 100th birthday of Ferruccio Lamborghini, founder of the supercar company that carries his name to this day. To mark this important date in the brand's story, Lamborghini has built a limited edition supercar in the great man's honour, that has been unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Brand Focus: Richard Mille
High-end watchmaking has always gone hand-in-hand with long-standing heritage - but Richard Mille has managed to earn its place in the ranks of ultra-luxury brands, despite being a comparatively young contender. Although only founded in 1999, the French watchmaker has packed a lot into the last 17 years.
Wish List: Bugatti Chiron
Bugatti has set out once again to top the fastest production car charts with its latest offering, the Chiron - recently announced at this year’s Geneva Motorshow. Named after Louis Chiron, who was a race driver for Bugatti in the '20s and '30s, it’s a worthy successor to the mighty Veyron.
Bucket List: Blues Kitchen, Hoxton Amsterdam and more
If you long to mosey on down to the Deep South, but find yourself in Shoreditch, the Blues Kitchen offers the perfect combination of BBQ and blues. With live music every night and a bar stocking a hundred varieties of rare bourbon, prepare yourself for a raucous evening with plenty of soul.
Brand Focus: Cartier
France in the 1800s was a difficult period to start a jewellery brand. Fresh out of a revolution and in the midst of another, with the economy in disrepair and Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte's coup d'etat just around the corner, Louis-Francois Cartier took over his master Adolphe Picard's Parisian workshop, founding Cartier. Fortunately for Cartier, trade grew with the rise of the Second Empire, and from its 1847 beginnings to six years later in 1953, the business managed to generate enough private clientele to require the upsizing of its workshop. A further six years later, and Cartier opens its first boutique.
Wish List: Kormaran, Martin Logan Monolith and more
Combining the best of yachting with sports car technology, the Kormaran is a high-tech watercraft constructed entirely from carbon fibre. With the ability to transform even while in motion, the Kormaran can convert to a catamaran, a monohull boat, or even a large sunbathing platform.
Timelords: Giles Ellis
If you're going to set yourself a challenge, you may as well make sure it's a big one. At least, that seems to be the approach of Giles Ellis, founder of the Schofield watch company. Start a new watch brand in the midst of this generation's biggest recession? Check. Singlehandedly try to revive Britain to its former watchmaking glory? Check. Push the limits of design with the use of unusual colours and materials? Check. We fire some questions Giles' way to see what possessed him to attempt such a thing.
Time Out: Rolls-Royce Wraith
The Rolls-Royce Wraith, for those of you unfamiliar with the car company's 'baby' model, is a coupe that borrows much of its styling from the flagship Phantom, but with one big difference: in the Phantom, you sit in the back; in the Wraith, the front's where you want to be. That’s where I was going to be. It seems an exaggeration to say that I saw the front of the car arrive quite some time before the rear, but such a behemoth is the Wraith—it's over five metres long—that's really what it was like. Watching the Wraith park is akin to watching a supertanker dock—a sleek, graceful supertanker, naturally.
Tick List: Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera, DG-3 Gloves and more
Until now, modern digital cinema cameras have been large, expensive and unwieldy, but Blackmagic Design has a solution. Its Cinema Camera offers unparalleled professional quality in a manageable, hand-held size, at a price previously unheard of in the film industry. Comes with the much-lauded Da Vinci Resolve software.
Bucket List: The Conservatorium, The Dead Rabbit and more
Supremely glamorous, the Conservatorium is situated in the very heart of Dutch culture and sophistication: Amsterdam's Museum Square. An architectural landmark on the outside, the inside is elegant, contemporary and easy going, earning it the nickname 'Amsterdam's Living Room'. Don't miss the 1,000 square feet of holistic wellbeing facilities.
Wish List: Oshkosh JLTV, Lotus Bike and more
Joint Light Tactical Vehicles are the next generation of battlefield transport, replacing the Humvee. Oshkosh Defence has made perhaps the ultimate version of the armoured vehicle based on years of experience in the field. Fitted with cutting-edge technology and intelligent, integrated systems, this is a beast you'd be happy to rely on to save your life in action.
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Review: Patek Philippe Nautilus 5740/1G
Forty-two years is a long time. It’s long enough to go from enjoying a carefree childhood to having a serious need to make a will, and for those who’ve spent that time hoping Patek Philippe would fit a grand complication into the quirky Nautilus, the wait was a long one. But now the wait is over.
Feature: £3,000 vs £12,000 vs £40,000 chronograph
The hand wound chronograph is perhaps the foundation of a high-end watch company’s ability to demonstrate its prowess, a complex, intricate assembly unencumbered by a rotor weight hiding the mechanical wizardry going on inside. There’s no better palette upon which to exhibit the art of fine watchmaking—but can you tell the difference between one that’s more affordable and one that’s very expensive?
Feature: Rolex Sea-Dweller vs Tudor Pelagos
If you’re looking to buy a serious dive watch, then the Rolex Sea-Dweller 126600 is likely to be right at the top of your wish list. It’s got the history, it’s got the heritage—but it’s also got a problem: the Tudor Pelagos.
Feature: 3 Vintage Heuers
It’s had its ups and downs, TAG Heuer—and perhaps more recently, the ups have been outnumbered by the downs. There’s a positive future on the horizon thanks to the efforts of brand fixer-upper Jean-Claude Biver, but a look to the future isn’t always enough to give us hope—we need to look to the past as well.
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