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THE LABEL’S MONTHLY GUIDE TO WATCHES—SEPTEMBER 2014

Girard-Perregaux Tri-Axial Tourbillon In the world where smart watches have slowly become the next big thing, fine watch manufacturers, such as Girard-Perregaux, still have quite a few tricks up their sleeves, impressing watch aficionados with the mechanical marvels they create. With the Tri-Axial Tourbillon, Girard-Perregaux presents the prestige complication at…

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The Label’s Guide To Watches—July 2014

Omega Speedmaster Mark II In this 2014 edition of the Speedmaster Mark II, Omega has updated it to include an automatic movement and tachymeter scale, on the sapphire crystal glass, which is visible in most limited light. In stainless steel, with a polished crown and chronograph push-pieces, this timepiece features…

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What to wear on a dinner date

Going on a dinner date can illicit feelings of excitement and nervousness all at once. After all, impressing a woman is no mean feat. A man has to be chivalrous, courteous, kind; essentially an embodiment of a whole gamut of good qualities. And a well-dressed man would certainly score high…

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THE LABEL’S GUIDE TO WATCHES—JUNE 2014

Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle 14-Day Tourbillon Openworked The challenge with crafting the calibre of an open-worked mechanism is hollowing out just the right amount of the components, without that interfering with the working of the movement. The subtle balance is achieved by the artisans at Vacheron Constantin who painstakingly work…

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THE LABEL'S MONTHLY GUIDE TO WATCHES—MAY

IWC Aquatimer Deep ThreeThe attention to detail in the construction of this new edition of the Aquatimer is astounding. From the corrugated rubber strap that is flexible and can adjust itself to the changing girth of a person’s wrist underwater, to the highly-developed depth gauge, this timepiece is a diver’s…

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TRAVEL WATCHES WITH MULTIPLE TIME ZONES

A watch has increasingly become a statement piece over the last decade or two, with many people looking at their cell-phones to read the time. However, when you’re travelling, it’s always easier to have the time right on your wrist, especially if the time in your home time zone is…

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TIMEPIECES THAT EXPLORE

In July of 1969, two NASA astronauts became the first human beings to ever set foot on the surface of a celestial body. Much earlier than that, in 1492, an explorer discovered America. In the 1200s, Polynesian tribes settled in the islands of New Zealand, creating a community and a…