Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, and A. Lange and Söhne are among the brands that recently introduced new models.
The doors have closed for another year on Switzerland’s big annual watch fair, Watches and Wonders Geneva, leaving retailers, consumers and weary critics to sift through hundreds of new references for indications of trend, excellence and — to use tortured brand-speak — desirability. Despite a good turnout of almost 50 watch companies in Geneva, some of the big players like Audemars Piguet, Dior and Louis Vuitton stayed away. So we should turn our gaze on some of their offerings, too.
Wait in Line
The notion of waiting lists for everyday luxury watches (anything, that
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