Larsson & Jennings’ The Automatic Series

Introducing a Swiss-made mechanical movement within their clean, classic design

Much can be said of the multi-national inspiration behind watch brand Larsson & Jennings. Established between Stockholm and London, the brand draws from the minimalist design sensibilities of the former, punctuated with historic timepiece nuances from the latter. All the while, each minimalist, contemporary watch is made in Switzerland. With their latest collection, however, the brand further employs the benefits of Swiss watchmaking. The Automatic …

Watchismo’s Unusual Mechanical Watch: The Halograph

The brand returns to Kickstarter with an affordable timepiece

For over 15 years, the folks behind watch retailer Watchismo have searched for some of the most interesting timepieces on the market to put in their online store. In 2013, however, they stormed the internet in a new way and founded their own brand Xeric, taking to Kickstarter and raising almost half a million dollars. The resulting timepiece, the Xeriscope, was something to marvel at—and …

Baselworld 2015: Bulgari’s Magnesium Collection

Smartwatches crafted from three groundbreaking materials, and attached to data vaults in Swiss bunkers

At this year’s Baselworld watch and jewelry fair, we got hands-on with Bulgari‘s new smartwatch concept pieces. And while it’s just a concept now (with a superb functional demo model already in existence), the luxury brand plans on taking it to market this fall. The Magnesium collection isn’t the watch you’d expect in the age of the Apple Watch. It’s a self-winding mechanical wristwatch—the type …