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Time anew

SINGAPORE (May 15): Novel coronavirus, novel experiences, novelties — the Swiss watch in

Rolex has, for decades, played a role in many screen gems. But the truth is, these watches are as iconic as  the movies or the actors.

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The art of storytelling

SINGAPORE (May 8): Movies transport us to a magical world where we indulge in our fantasies or discover new and faraway lands or take us on a trip to the future.

The Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet brings together architectural innovation related to manufacturing and cultural projects

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Where the past and present come together

SINGAPORE (Apr 30): When travel restrictions are lifted after th

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The history of time

SINGAPORE (Apr 24): This year marks the 245th anniversary

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Time for some cheer

SINGAPORE (Apr 17): Franck Muller

Know someone near and dear who needs a bit of cheering up? Give them time

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Time to give

SINGAPORE (Mar 27): Know someone near and dear who ne

At the recent A Star Through Time exhibition in Singapore, Zenith chief executive Julien Tornare talks about respecting the watchmaker’s heritage in haute horlogerie by adjusting, adapting and firmly staking its claim on the future

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A case for the future

SINGAPORE (Mar 20): For a mechanical movement that po

If you have been mulling over what timepiece to buy for a while now, these brands will probably have something you might like

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Time to buy

 SINGAPORE (Mar 20): If you have been mulling over wh

As Watches & Wonders Geneva and Baselworld 2020 announce cancellations, the question is, should the show even go on?

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Coronavirus hits Swiss watch fairs

SINGAPORE (Mar 13): Coronavirus hits Swiss watch fairs

Preserving traditional craftsmanship is something Patek Philippe takes very seriously but keeping an open mind is also essential to creative dialogue when working with artists says the brand’s head of creations Sandrine Stern

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Master of preservation

SINGAPORE (Feb 21): For Sandrine Stern, managing artists’ egos is par for the course in her role as head of creations at Patek Philippe.

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