WATCH WEEK DIGEST

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Slow Watchmaking

What will the watch industry look like after COVID-19?

2019 HOROLOGY FORUM PARTICIPANTS

Ariel Adams

Since 2007, attorney-turned media personality Ariel Ada…

Barbara Palumbo

Barbara Palumbo is a public speaker, podcast host, and …

Chef Izu

Izu’s passion for the kitchen began during his home eco…

Edouard Meylan

Born in 1976, Edouard Meylan was involved in the watchm…

Aline Sylla-Walbaum

Aline Sylla-Walbaum is Global Managing Director of Luxu…

Jean-Claude Biver

Jean-Claude Biver is one of those rare men who have gen…

Dubai Watch Week has highlighted the importance of creating a networking platform where everyone can share knowledge

Philippe Dufour

Dubai Watch Week has highlighted the importance of creating a networking platform where everyone can share knowledge

Philippe Dufour

PARTICIPATING BRANDS

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H.MOSER.jpg Hublot.jpg
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Genus.jpg Grand Seiko.jpg
Ludovic Ballouard.jpg Singer.jpg
Ulysse Nardin.jpg Home Bakery.jpg
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Christies.jpg CZAPEK.jpg
Beauregard.jpg Tutima.jpg
HYT-Watches.jpg Momentum.jpg
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FEATURED DIGEST

HERO and 5_Introducing: The TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph

Introducing: The TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph

The Watch Giant Revives A Classic, But There’s Much More To The Story Than That

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Watches

Moritz Grossmann: one of a kind

The young German watchmaker auctions 24 unique pieces through Christie’s on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.

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Watches

The eye of the beholder: watches and art

Watch companies know only too well that appreciation of fine watches and fine art go hand in hand

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News

Chopard’s Alpine Eagle takes off at Dubai Watch Week

Join us at Dubai Watch Week where Chopard will host a stunning exhibition exploring its glamorous new steel sports watch, the Alpine Eagle

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Watches

What Has Technology Ever Done For Watchmaking?

Some say technology will be the undoing of traditional watchmaking, but as history has already shown, there’s a powerful symbiotic relationship between the two

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News

Christian Selmoni: ‘The FiftySix is a relaxed watch’

Vacheron Constantin’s Heritage and Style Director explains the thinking behind the company’s new direction.

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Watches

In Time and In Tune?

Hitting the right note when linking a watch or brand to a recording artist or music event is not an exact science. Dubai Watch Week looks at what happens when watches and music attempt to harmonise

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News

Can Baselworld Survive

Guest columnist and New York Times contributor Robin Swithinbank looks at the future of Switzerland’s biggest watch fair

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Watches

1970s Designs

In revisiting 1970s style, fashion has woken up to something watch lovers already knew – that it was a hugely inventive design decade. But was it more than that? Dubai Watch Week investigates

HERO and 5_Introducing: The TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph

Introducing: The TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph

The Watch Giant Revives A Classic, But There’s Much More To The Story Than That

Watches

Moritz Grossmann: one of a kind

The young German watchmaker auctions 24 unique pieces through Christie’s on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.

Watches

The eye of the beholder: watches and art

Watch companies know only too well that appreciation of fine watches and fine art go hand in hand

News

Chopard’s Alpine Eagle takes off at Dubai Watch Week

Join us at Dubai Watch Week where Chopard will host a stunning exhibition exploring its glamorous new steel sports watch, the Alpine Eagle

Watches

What Has Technology Ever Done For Watchmaking?

Some say technology will be the undoing of traditional watchmaking, but as history has already shown, there’s a powerful symbiotic relationship between the two

News

Christian Selmoni: ‘The FiftySix is a relaxed watch’

Vacheron Constantin’s Heritage and Style Director explains the thinking behind the company’s new direction.

Watches

In Time and In Tune?

Hitting the right note when linking a watch or brand to a recording artist or music event is not an exact science. Dubai Watch Week looks at what happens when watches and music attempt to harmonise

News

Can Baselworld Survive

Guest columnist and New York Times contributor Robin Swithinbank looks at the future of Switzerland’s biggest watch fair

Watches

1970s Designs

In revisiting 1970s style, fashion has woken up to something watch lovers already knew – that it was a hugely inventive design decade. But was it more than that? Dubai Watch Week investigates


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About Horology Forum

The Horology Forum is an intellectual space comprised of free-flowing discussions between leading watch curators, pioneers, authors, historians, collectors, brands and industry professionals. This year marks the 5th edition dedicated to the transfiguration of horology under the theme ‘Innovation & Technology’, where attendees will observe informal conversations between linchpins of the industry, divulging their perceptions and rationalizations of the status quo and sharing their formative experiences that molded them into the revered figures we know today. Each panel will conclude with a 15-minute Q&A between the attendees and panelists.

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About The Creative Hub

The Creative Hub promotes dialogues and conversations that are designed to foster creativity, champion innovation and celebrate the industry. The sessions cover a variety of topics devoted to sparking ideas and sharing information ranging from community-oriented talks to new product launches. Over the years, the Creative Hub has welcomed numerous limited-edition watch reveals, earning itself the position of being the only event outside of the renowned SIHH and Baselworld fairs to host international launches.

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About Main Exhibition

The Dubai Watch Week 2019 exhibition will allow brands to explore this year’s theme of ‘innovation & technology’. Some of the world’s premier marques will present their interpretation of the theme through a myriad of techniques presenting their latest timepieces, immersive experiences as well as exhibiting their innovative application and desire to track and tell time.

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About Masterclass

Enjoy participating in a hands-on workshop where experts and artisans teach you how to create your very first mechanical watch movement, paint on a miniature dial or learn the traditional art of chamfering.

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About Christie's

Christie’s presents the Auction Room at this edition of Dubai Watch Week, showcasing rare timepieces and covering a wide range of topics with chief figures from the industry as well as historians and collectors. The Auction Room offers a three-pronged approach into the world of auctions through masterclasses, the evaluation room and workshops on how to bid at auctions. Another popular returning segment is the children’s workshop, where kids will enjoy the thrilling experience of a mock-up auction and bid for prizes.

Horology Forum
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About Horology Forum

The Horology Forum is an intellectual space comprised of free-flowing discussions between leading watch curators, pioneers, authors, historians, collectors, brands and industry professionals. This year marks the 5th edition dedicated to the transfiguration of horology under the theme ‘Innovation & Technology’, where attendees will observe informal conversations between linchpins of the industry, divulging their perceptions and rationalizations of the status quo and sharing their formative experiences that molded them into the revered figures we know today. Each panel will conclude with a 15-minute Q&A between the attendees and panelists.

Creative-Hub-Holding-(2)-.jpg

About The Creative Hub

The Creative Hub promotes dialogues and conversations that are designed to foster creativity, champion innovation and celebrate the industry. The sessions cover a variety of topics devoted to sparking ideas and sharing information ranging from community-oriented talks to new product launches. Over the years, the Creative Hub has welcomed numerous limited-edition watch reveals, earning itself the position of being the only event outside of the renowned SIHH and Baselworld fairs to host international launches.

Exhibition-1.jpg

About Main Exhibition

The Dubai Watch Week 2019 exhibition will allow brands to explore this year’s theme of ‘innovation & technology’. Some of the world’s premier marques will present their interpretation of the theme through a myriad of techniques presenting their latest timepieces, immersive experiences as well as exhibiting their innovative application and desire to track and tell time.

Watch-Making-7.jpg

About Masterclass

Enjoy participating in a hands-on workshop where experts and artisans teach you how to create your very first mechanical watch movement, paint on a miniature dial or learn the traditional art of chamfering.

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About Christie's

Christie’s presents the Auction Room at this edition of Dubai Watch Week, showcasing rare timepieces and covering a wide range of topics with chief figures from the industry as well as historians and collectors. The Auction Room offers a three-pronged approach into the world of auctions through masterclasses, the evaluation room and workshops on how to bid at auctions. Another popular returning segment is the children’s workshop, where kids will enjoy the thrilling experience of a mock-up auction and bid for prizes.

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