In a very pleasant and very Italian conversation with Fabrizio Buonamassa Stigliani we talk about design, icons, trends and why it doesn’t make much sense to reinvent the wheel.
In the times of uncertainty we all question our future and what will the new time bring. No doubt watchmaking gets affected too, but we’re left wondering what will the actual impact be, and what comes next? We asked some of the industry leaders on their first opinion on the matter.
Introduction of the Master Chronometer certificate, new Globemaster collection and Baselworld fair itself, where great opportunities to sit down and talk with Omega’s President – Stephen Urquhart.
We talk with Wilhelm Schmid, head of one of the most respected watch brands in the industry, about all those little things that together make A. Lange & Söhne success.
Opening of the Omega’s first boutique in Poland was a great opportunity to speak to its president. We asked Stephen Urquhart about antimagnetic movements, new materials and prices.
Jean-Claude Biver is a watchmaking legend that does not need an introduction. Recently appointed watches overseer at LVMG group Mr. Biver told us about his short but strict recipe for success.
This year Tissot is celebrating 160 anniversary. We asked CEO of the brand about secret of success, Powermatic 80 movement, plans for the future and jubilee timepiece – Heritage Navigator.
Frederique Constant is a young company (founded in 1988) that in relatively short period of time managed to establish its place in the watch world. We asked Peter Stas (CEO) to give us his recipe for success.
Victorinox Swiss Army – best known from their pocket knives – enters Polish market with wide range of budget watches. We asked Michael Meier about the new collection, creating process and testing timepieces by the Swiss company.
We sat down with Seiko’s Marketing Director – Robert Wilson – to talk about the great Japanese brand, one of the most underestimated players on the watch market.