Blancpain’s Theory of L-evolution
Blancpain may be more well known for its classic Villeret or Fifty Fathoms lines, but since it entered the world of motorsport in 2009, the Swiss brand has become one of the more innovative watchmakers around.
Jaquet Droz: Enamel Instincts
Jaquet Droz’s mastery of the art of grand feu enamelling has wowed regal horological enthusiasts for centuries. Make no mistake: Jaquet Droz is for the man who, with his safe full of Pateks and Cartiers, seeks something rare and remarkable.
James Bond’s Greatest Watches
From seminal mechanical watches to innovative digitals, The Rake examines 007’s finest timepieces.
Pocket Guide: Hodinkee’s Benjamin Clymer
Benjamin Clymer might be the founder of the horology website Hodinkee, but his style game doesn’t end with a watch – or even 50 of them.
Richard Mille Watches: The Billionaire’s Masonic Handshake
With reverence for heritage tempered by a healthy disdain for the outmoded and unique, this maverick watchmaker has achieved a standing among the gods of horology by working in almost total opposition of the craft’s traditions.
Invest: The New Rolex Cellini Moonphase
Earlier this year, Rolex revealed its much-anticipated moonphase complication, resulting in arguably the most elegant timepiece in the Cellini collection.
Riviera Rallye Style with Alexander Kraft
Get your hands on what The Rake and Alexander Kraft wore at this year’s inaugural Sotheby’s Rallye in the French Riviera.
Introducing Bell & Ross’s 2017 Vintage Collection
Bell & Ross’s Vintage models are dream “mash-ups” of the best in period design, and the latest collection is their finest yet.