SIHH 2017

The Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie is continuing its transformation with the arrival of Girard-Perregaux and Ulysse Nardin, as well as five artisan-creators and independent workshops, who will join the “Carré des Horlogers”. Normally restricted to industry professionals only, the SIHH, which will take place from 16 to 20 January 2017 at Palexpo, will also be opening its doors to the general public on the Friday, last day of the SIHH.

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Guillaume Têtu: "Ralph Lauren to return to SIHH in 2018!

It's already a year since he picked up the torch handed to him by Luc Perramond. The watchmaking enthusiast now finds himself working alongside a living monument to worldwide elegance. None other than Ralph Lauren….

SIHH 2017 finale: It's all about cycles

In a world that needs to be re-enchanted – the buzzword of the year in the sector – all brands, it seemed, made an effort to respond to the expectations of their aficionados. An overview of a sector in line for an upswing.

SIHH 2017: Day 4 – A time of premieres

First grande sonnerie for Vacheron Constantin, first case using cobalt MicroMelt™ for Roger Dubuis, and first integration of graphene in a watch case for Richard mille. That’s all it took to turn this specificity into a topic for a day discovering world premieres at the SIHH. 

SIHH 2017: Day 3 – Wednesday, time for sports

Restoring the magic in watchmaking is, according to all, the motto of the year. To achieve this goal, a bit of sports and a positive attitude are crucial. Below, we'll take a look at a few timepieces that are sure to draw even the most dyed-in-the-wool city-dwellers out into the open air.

SIHH 2017: Day 2 – It’s complicated!

This second day at the SIHH provided the opportunity to meet a number of CEOs and hear their opinion on the future of the industry. Their optimism for the coming months was all the more motivating when it came to looking at the marvels on display, especially since the market seems headed for a new cycle.

SIHH 2017: Christophe Claret Maestro, memory effect

We often remember a new watchmaking piece by the design and originality of its complication. With this fact in mind, Christophe Claret has launched the Maestro, a watch with a mechanical complication that is not easily forgotten. 

SIHH 2017: Day 1 – Back to the roots

A number of trends for 2017 are taking shape, notably the reinterpretation of time-honored designs as contemporary timepieces in modern garb. Visual evidence…

SIHH 2017: The time for new paradigms

At the dawn of the year, the watch market is on a quest for renewed momentum. The figures prove that the crisis that weighed it down for a part of last year appears to be nothing more than a bad memory.

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