Jaeger-LeCoultre

There is a fundamental shift occurring in the high-end watch industry, and its name is bespoke. Sure, there is still a market for premium goods produced in volume (case in point: the five-year...
It’s official: Green is slowly taking over as the new “it” color of watchmaking. Sure, we’ll keep seeing blues, grays, and of course black and white, but more brands than ever have taken a page from...
Between the heavy propagation of steel watches and the ever-expanding list of watch brands adding less complicated (and thus more affordable) models to their collections, “bang for your buck” is the...
Vintage watches have always had a following, but as collector interest in the segment continues to heat up, many buyers are seeing the value of investing in newly produced watches with vintage...
Once the “oohs” and “aahs” over SIHH’s bank-breaking technical marvels had subsided and the search began in earnest for the watch that collectors and enthusiasts will actually want to wear on a...
There is no arguing that Geneva was buzzing this past month as it played host to the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH). The show floor itself was positively crammed with media members...
As many discovered when Jaeger-LeCoultre introduced its latest reissue of the Memovox (sporting a deep blue dial) in November, it is a tough watch not to love. But for those more fond of collecting...
After a challenging year marked by declining sales and plenty of handwringing over what the future has in store for makers of luxury timepieces, the Swiss watch industry is in need of some good news...
Photography by Jeff Harris Styling by Wendy Schelah Once neglected, the moon-phase display has become a totem of watch design. “The two traditional moon-phase displays are either a crescent-shaped...
Exquisite pieces from Vacheron Constantin, Jaeger-LeCoultre, De Bethune, and MB&F promise to captivate the consummate watch collector.
Despite news of weaker-than-expected sales, the Swiss watchmaking industry had plenty to appreciate in 2016. Looking back while forging ahead, a number of elite brands (including Jaeger-LeCoultre,...
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the automatic version of its iconic Memovox alarm watch, Jaeger-LeCoultre has unveiled the Master Memovox Boutique Edition, a contemporary riff on the...
It may appear at first glance that Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Atmos 568 by Marc Newson provides crystal clear proof of perpetual motion, but horologic hocus-pocus is not at play, only exquisite engineering...
On June 26, 215 years ago, famed watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet patented the first tourbillon watch complication. Recognizing the precision-sapping effect of gravity on watches, Breguet designed a...
Continuing its celebration of the 85th anniversary of its legendary Reverso line of timepieces, Jaeger-LeCoultre presents the Reverso One High Jewelry , a new women’s watch bursting with femininity...
A pleasure to observe in action and the definition of reliability, today’s finest luxury watches are just like Dad—handsome examples of complexity and elegance. Here are 10 new watches in time for...
High Fashion: Jaeger-LeCoultre Atelier Reverso ​Through its Atelier Reverso customization program, Jaeger-LeCoultre provides a broad range of dial and strap options for its double-sided Reverso Duo...
From Antoine LeCoultre’s early horologic innovations in 1833 to his grandson’s collaboration with Edmond Jaeger and on down to today, Switzerland’s Jaeger-LeCoultre continues to advance the art of...
Robb Report ’s June “Best of the Best” issue is on newsstands now! As selected by our editors, here are the best new women’s watches in each of six different categories: high jewelry, complication,...
To most people, complication implies a difficulty. In the world of mechanical watchmaking, however, the word connotes something far richer: A timepiece complication is any function that does more...
Since its introduction in 1931, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso has stood as an icon of modern watchmaking. Over time, however, the range of watches in the line grew a tad unruly. “Two years ago, we saw...
Distinctive duality is on display with Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Reverso One collection —a feminine homage to one of the manufacture’s horologic innovations from 85 years ago. The Swiss watchmaker’s...
Known for its plush setting, exclusive invite list, and top-of-the-line timepieces, the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) is the high-end watch industry’s annual coming-out party...
When the 26th annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) opens in Geneva on January 18, visitors will discover a streamlined layout “designed to promote a spirit of conviviality,”...
It has been a record-setting year in horologic history. Two watershed watches, the most complicated ever made and one of the highest priced , both debuted during the past 12 months. In addition,...
The Swiss watch manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre has been at the forefront of miniature-movement design since 1907, when it created what was then the world’s thinnest pocket-watch movement, measuring...
Computer-aided design is allowing watchmakers to push the boundaries of innovation.
The two back-to-back auctions will offer hundreds of unique designs.
The new variation sports a dial crafted from a meteorite.
Many of the world’s top watchmakers unveiled new timepieces at Geneva’s Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie…

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