A Piece of Cement You Can Wear While Swimming: Meet the Giuliano Mazzuoli Cemento Watch

We’ve seen watches made of wood, stone, and even paper — but this one may be a first: cement.  Italian designer extraordinaire Giuliano Mazzuoli, whom we have written about several times here, unveils a new breed that is a definite departure from the typically auto inspired watches he creates (read more about those here). With a design…

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New Watches Make their Debut at VicenzaOro Fair 2014

Known as the gold jewelry capitol of the world, Italy is also the home country for hundreds of brands that work their wonders with diamonds, gemstones, cameos and timepieces. This past weekend at the VicenzaOro Fair in Vicenza, Italy, more than a thousand exhibitors unveiled their latest collections of jewelry and watches to visitors from…

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RACE Week- Cars and Watches: Meccaniche Veloci Chrono Driver

By Ryan Walsh Watch brand Meccaniche Veloci is all about designing watches for auto enthusiasts. With Italian heritage, much like Ferrari, this comes as no surprise.  The brand has eight different types of auto-inspired collections in its current inventory, including the Quattro Valvole made of carbon ceramic and created in partnership with the world’s best…

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How Panerai Gained Foothold in the Swiss Luxury Market and the Luminor Submersible

By Leo Parker It is fair to say that the Swiss rule when it comes to the luxury watch industry, with the majority of the world’s most revered and celebrated watchmakers heralding from the small, neutral territory. With this in mind, it is clear that watchmakers that aren’t in the Swiss old boy’s network need…

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