5 things to think about when it comes to watches

Kapten Son watch black THE F

They often say a watch completes an outfit, so when it coms to choosing the right one, you need to consider a few bits. The watch masters at Kapten & Son, and their managing director, Chris Telley, have a few pointers to consider when it comes to getting that ‘cherry on top’ of your next outfit that […]

Nixon welcomes the Architect Collection

Nixon watches

Nixon does watches. And they’re damn good. Easy-to-wear, they cover-off a bunch of varying styles and moods, appealing to everyone from the daggy to the downright dapper, so it’s no surprise their latest collection, ‘The Architect Collection’ has been so well received for its effortlessly cool new vibe. They go on about raw, structural and […]

All watches that glitter are gold this autumn

Man wearing gold watch

When watches were first brought into existence gold was where it was at. Gold faces, casings, arms and airs, the gold watch was a status symbol and piece of sartorial style that redefined a generation. Now, it’s back, with Nixon rolling out the gold carpet for some excellent golden wrist pieces for the bold enough […]

Watches You Need To Know: W.T. Author

WT Author make watches and they are NICE. All quality with a retro aesthetic and feel, there’s nothing wrong with a WT Author choice for your next watch purchase. We had a chat with Sam Holland, one half of the two founders of the time-keeping legends, who makes you want to love watches as much […]

MR PORTER’s Best Watches of 2016

This year’s top 10 releases are set to become future design classics.

Have You Seen Breitling’s Bentley B05 Unitime Midnight Carbon 500 Watch?

The Breitling Bentley B05 Unitime worldtime chronograph is back on the road in an all-black new livery, teamed with an original crocodile leather and rubber strap. A 500-piece limited series with a Manufacture Breitling calibre delivering unprecedented user-friendliness. Nice, right? James    

Lew & Huey Watches

Classic style men’s watches is the name of Lew & Huey‘s game. An American small time watch label, they bring the best of men’s timekeeping to the fore after their successful campaign on Kickstarter. They recently launched their latest Orthos piece, an homage to the classic and modern diving watches of decades past. Lew & Huey was […]

Michael Hill

Michael Hill is one of those Australian success stories you don’t hear or think much of until you’ve reached that moment in life where you need something above the ordinary. They’re a name synonymous with quality in men’s and women’s jewellery and accessory design since 1979 and its because-of and thanks-to this history that they […]

Parkville by the Melbourne Watch Company

If I’ve mentioned it once, I’ll mention it a thousand times. And as long as the Melbourne Watch Company keeps pumping out such nice-looking pieces of mechanical wrist wear, I’ll keep doing so. The Melbourne Watch Company‘s newest addition to its range, the Parkville, is currently under production as we speak, which will make a more […]

Fossil’s 30th Year

Like any other 30th, this one’s one to celebrate. Truthfully, it’s probably made a bigger deal of than is likely necessary but the thing with this one is that it offers something cooler than drink-after-drink and horrible music from decades past; it offers a celebration of over three decades of bringing vintage style to the wrists of wearers, which […]

The Sort of Black Gold

By Michael Briones.  Some of the worlds finest watches come out of Europe, and this time we see a collection that blurs the lines between fine quality at an affordable price. Every year TRIWA release two collections per year, and Belancé boutique in Sydney took host once again for TRIWA’s 2014 release titled Sort of […]