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WOTW: Chanel J12.20 White Ceramic Limited Edition Watch

If there’s one positive thing to come from the lockdown it’s the launch of Chanel’s 20th anniversary celebratory timepiece – the J12.20. The J12 collection marked the introduction of black ceramic. Since then it has remained one of the most iconic watch designs, breaking boundaries in material research and development.

Watches & Wonders 2020: IWC releases

Every keen watch enthusiast has had to wait in anticipation this year since members of the annual Watches & Wonders show (formerly known as SIHH) couldn’t convene as they normally would do to showcase their latest innovations. But we’re keeping up-to-date and bringing you all the juicy details you’ve been waiting to read about from some of the world’s most prestigious brands,

WoTW: Vacheron Constantin Egerie Moonphase Watch

If you’ve been following Vacheron Constantin for some time (whether that involves admiring their watches from a distance or indulging in a timepiece or two whenever the bank balance looks healthy) you may remember 2003 being quite an iconic year for the Swiss brand. They released their last ladies-only collection of watches.

WotW: Tudor Black Bay S&G Chronograph Watch

If you like 1950’s diver’s watches you’ll no doubt have already set your sights on the Tudor Black Bay S & G chronograph M79363N-0001 model, which combines a sporty aesthetic with plenty of masculinity. Two tone fans will rejoice at the thought of a Tudor watch that provides chronograph functions inside a bold,

WOTW: Panerai Radiomir Edizione Verde Militaire Watch

It’s not uncommon knowledge that Panerai are inextricably linked with the military forces. They supplied the Italian army with precision timekeeping tools for over half a century. Panerai’s military roots have been illustrated in the likes of many a model since this era, yet no watch is more apparent in presenting this side of the brand’s DNA than the Panerai Radiomir Edizione Verde Militare PAM00995 watch,

WOTW: Longines Heritage Military 1938 Watch

If you’ve ever looked at historical military artefacts from an era that marked the point at which the world was turned upside down a second time, very few tools and instruments would match up to the beauty of Longines’ 1938 military watch. The timepiece was developed a year before the deadliest conflict in human history.