In the beginning, a team of watch designers and aeronautical control panel specialists joined forces with one project in mind: to create timepieces perfectly suited for professional use.Their goal: to be part of the great Swiss watchmaking tradition while meeting the demands of men facing extreme situations.
Bell & Ross is a luxury French watch company headed by the French and Swiss designer Bruno Belamich and businessman Carlos A. Rosillo.
For several generations, the watchmakers of A. Lange & Söhne have been pursuing one goal: To craft timepieces that represent the pinnacle of international watchmaking artistry. Walter Lange once said: "There's something that we should expect not only of our watches, but also of ourselves: to never stand still." This is an attitude that we at A. Lange & Söhne have adopted with respect to exceptional mechanical masterpieces but also when dealing with important topics such as sustainability and social responsibility.
Maison built on the codes of Lebanese heritage & hospitality, carrying on the tradition of fine watchmaking and jewelry arts. Our love affair with fine watchmaking is deeply rooted in our group’s DNA, as our founder’s entrepreneurial journey officially started in 1947 with the representation of a watch, which later paved the way for what was to become Holdal Group.
Our fascination for Haute Horlogerie grew with the years, leading in 1954 to the initiation of a beautiful lifelong partnership with Patek Phillippe. And so was born there onwards la Maison Cadrans, driven by a deep understanding of the emotional process that a consumer or amateur goes through when acquiring a fine watch. From the very beginning, Maison Cadrans was meant to house few, carefully picked, selective brands in order to properly honour their individual universes, but also honour our clients’ individualities.
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The history of Chaumet has been entwined with the History of France ever since its founding in 1780, in Paris. Indeed, the Maison very quickly became the official jeweller to Empress Josephine. The High Jewellery savoir-faire of the Maison has been passed down through generations of jewellers for almost 240 years. Crafted at the very heart of the place Vendôme, the jewellery and watchmaking creations reflect these exceptional skills and pay tribute to the Parisian style.
Founded in 1946, the Dior timepiece collections first see the light of day in Paris, in the design studios on Avenue Montaigne. Les Ateliers Horlogers Dior, established in 2001 and located at La Chaux-de-Fonds, give life to the creations conceived in Paris and combine their technical skill and expertise with exceptional jewelry-making know-how. All Dior timepieces reflect the couture spirit of the house of Dior.
Fratelli Rossetti was founded in 1953 by the visionary genius Renzo Rossetti in Parabiago, a land of shoe factoring in the outskirts of Milan, when Italy was moving its first steps into a real fashion system.
Dedication, devotion and a deep passion for artisan shoemaking have made the company flourish throughout the years being recognized as a milestone of timeless craftsmanship both in Italy and abroad.
Today the company is managed by the second generation of the family - Diego, Dario and Luca, the Rossetti brothers.
With different skills and roles, united in their determination to carry on the family tradition, the Rossetti brothers lead the company being loyal to tradition but embracing new, inevitable changes.
Contemporary luxury, creativity and dynamism are at the heart of Longchamp style.
Since 1948, Longchamp, leather sheathed pipe manufacturer, has expanded its savoire-faire to include travel accessories and handbags. Today, Artistic Director, Sophie Delafontaine perpetuates this heritage and develops her vision of luxury for the contemporary consumer. Longchamp reinvents French elegance every season and offers ready-to-wear collections, bags, accessories, shoes, eyewear, luggage as well as a collection for men.
Preserving its independent family origins, Longchamp is still owned and managed by the Cassegrain family.
Since 1904 industrial watch making has been in their bones and craftsmanship in their souls. Their mechanical watches always conform to the Oris credo: “Things must make sense”. They live for the quality of work they put into their watches. While others follow a path, they define their own. Go your own way.
Patek Philippe has been pursuing traditional Genevan watchmaking artistry without interruption since 1839. The manufacture benefits from full creative freedom, which allows it to design, develop, and craft watches that connoisseurs consider to be the world's finest – as pledged by its founders Antoine Norbert de Patek and Adrien Philippe. In addition to exceptional skills, Patek Philippe also nurtures a tradition of innovation that has meanwhile been crowned by over one hundred patents.
The RM 001 Tourbillon, the first watch ever to bear the Richard Mille name, literally and figuratively launched the millennium: the year was 2001, and the model marked the beginning of a new era in watchmaking. Today, the collection’s more than eighty models point resolutely towards the future, whilst holding steadfast to the time-honoured traditions of fine watchmaking.
Like that landmark watch, the RM 001, Richard Mille’s success is a product of three crucial elements: the best of cutting edge innovative technology, a strong artistic and architectural dimension, and watches designed to be robust and easy to use, yet also highly sophisticated. Each piece is finished and assembled by hand, reflecting the very best in Haute Horlogerie.
Welcome to the story of a 147 year-old visionary company with the savoir faire to craft objects of desire, coveted by the elite. Exceptional materials are prized for their quality, artisans are celebrated as artists and authentic history and heritage are ingrained in every process.
A passion for producing the finest in luxury products. A design atelier where ideas and innovation are brought to life and where quality rings true. A heritage dating back to 1872, where France’s most brilliant artisans are chosen to revive unique crafts of the past to create the exclusive and the exceptional.
DO BETTER IF POSSIBLE, AND THAT IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE
François Constantin uttered these words on July 5, 1819. Now legendary, they speak volumes to the spirit of Vacheron Constantin. Over the centuries, the Maison has shrewdly intertwined tradition with innovation to acquire the technical, aesthetic, artistic and human capital that shapes its vision of time. From setting out to conquer the skies to tracking great explorers, passion for fine craftsmanship and human hands are behind every feat it accomplishes.
Zenith exists to inspire individuals to pursue their dreams and make them come true – against all odds. Since its establishment in 1865, Zenith became the first watch manufacture in the modern sense of the term, and its watches have accompanied extraordinary figures that dreamt big and strived to achieve the impossible – from Louis Blériot’s history-making flight across the English Channel to Felix Baumgartner’s record-setting stratospheric free-fall jump.