So many timepieces, so little time.
Right now, Geneva is oozing lux as the best of the best brands drop their respective watches for the world to see. Rolex has come out of the gate with a solid addition to its royal family. The new GMT, nicknamed the ‘Destro’, has sent ripples throughout the industry.
From lab-grown diamonds to hot new takes on iconic pieces, Watches & Wonders delivers the goods. Everyone is sporting their favourite timepieces, strolling around with champagne in hand, all to capture content for the largest watch event of the year. Noticeable drops such as the Rolex Yacht-Master 40 fitted with 46 diamonds and sapphires in its 18ct white gold bezel pay homage to one of the world’s eight wonders, the aurora borealis.
Hublot impressed with the self-proclaimed world’s first synthetic sapphire watch in translucent purple, while Cartier astonished with an iconic piece Inspired by African wildlife. Tudor chose to opt for a sense of nostalgia with their release of the Black Bay GMT & Chrono S&G, while Grand Seiko opted for exclusivity, releasing a timepiece limited to 20 pieces
Let’s not waste time, have a browse of the latest drops from this year’s Watches and Wonders.