It pays to look long-term when it comes to timepieces. The mechanical clocks that are on display here will be exceptional in 2023. However, if you take excellent care of them, they will continue to function for decades and look fantastic.
Starting at the top: Hublot’s first watch, the Hublot Classic Fusion Original Yellow Gold ($24,100), daringly combined yellow gold with black rubber. Elegant design meets practicality with the Patek Philippe Calatrava 24-Hour Display Travel Time ($57,370). The classic Reverso, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Tribute Monoface Small Seconds ($22,700), and the $7,350 Pasha de Cartier are recreated glamor watches from the 1980s with a steel case and a salmon dial.
Starting at the top: the Panerai Luminor Quaranta Steel DLC Luna Rossa ($9,300), which has the brand’s signature hefty aesthetic in a 40mm case. The Bulgari Octo Roma ($7,300) is a straightforward design experiment. The popular Pelagos series has a new chronograph version called the Tudor Pelagos FXD Chrono “Alinghi Red Bull Racing Edition” ($5,075). Bell & Ross BR 05 GMT Sky Blue ($5,000), the durable rubber strap echoing the sky-blue metallic dial
Top to bottom: Victorinox INOX Chrono Titanium/Carbon ($1,250), a tough, helpful timepiece with a carbon bezel and a 43mm titanium casing. Bell & Ross BR 03 Military ($4,300) manages to keep faithful to Bell & Ross’s long-standing military influence thanks to its durable ceramic case and olive-drab dial. The Hermès H08 ($6,950) blends cutting-edge materials like slate powder, aluminum, and braided glass fiber with contemporary design.
From top: the ultimate in athletic meets classy adaptability, the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph ($79,500) is crafted with 18k pink gold. The $9,200 TAG Heuer Carrera Chronosprint x Porsche is a dramatic, encompassing “glassbox” sapphire crystal that reimagines the iconic Carrera clock in a new way. Breitling Premier B01 Chronograph ($9,100), with a deep-green sunray dial and modern style inspired by an eighty-year-old original