Watches & Jewellery

Rolex and the environment: a combination of style

Rolex's commitment to environmental protection began with its founder, Hans Wilsdorf, a staunch supporter of the potential of exploration

Tiffany and the most expensive jewel ever: 80 carats of sustainability

Since its founding in 1837, Tiffany & Co. has been synonymous with elegance also thanks to its exceptional precious stones

Bugatti and the luxury smartwatch… sustainable

Ceramique Edition One is the name of the collection consisting of three editions of the first smartwatch produced by Bugatti

Chanel high jewellery collection takes inspiration from Venice

The new 70 piece collection takes inspiration from Venice’s architecture its lagoon islands, canals, and the lion that is present in the city’s most famous location

Best Italian Jewelry Brands

Italy is renowned for its skilled craftsman, so it comes as no surprise that some of the world’s most beautiful and sought-after jewellery is created there. In this guide, we highlight six of the best Italian Jewelry designers

Hermès’ Newest Arceau L’heure de la Lune

The moonphase is one of watchmaking’s most popular, and most common, complications, but there’s nothing common about the Arceau L’heure de la lune by Hermès, a beguiling example of horological ingenuity

Tom Ford, a watch made from plastic bottles and a 1M dollar prize

Tom Ford has designed a men’s watch made from 100% plastic coming from ocean cleanup operations

Tudor, a new store in Rome with Hausmann & Co.

Tudor, the Swiss watch brand founded in Geneva in 1926 by Hans Wilsdorf, chose Rome to inaugurate its first flagship store on a global high-street in December, in collaboration with the historic Roman watch and jewelry retailer Hausmann & Co

Chopard: jewels are stops on the “Journey to Sustainable Luxury”

High-end jewellery is all about luxury, and one of the most representative brands in the field, Chopard, has shown where to go from here: towards sustainability

Tiffany & Co. announces the traceability path of diamonds

Tiffany & Co. will disclose the entire process of processing recently procured and individually registered diamonds (starting from 0.18 carats), specifying the country or region of origin. The goal is to ensure that every step in the creation of its jewels contributes to the well-being of people and the planet, explains the company