Giuliano Mazzuoli is an Italian product designer, who first made a name for himself as a typographer and later as designer of pens. Since 2005, he has been focusing increasingly on watches. His works are familiar yet original. A coffee pot, a pressure gauge, a gear. Domestic objects, tools and parts, one would typically find in a garage. The genius lays in elevating the object above the utilitarian and reinterpreting it in surprising way.
We don’t often feature ladies timepieces here on The Watch Lounge but when we do, we go all out! Like this stunning (blinding?) new creation from Chopard; the Imperiale Tourbillon.
This is a slightly unusual review in that it’s for a variety of winders rather than a single piece. That’s because the Rotobox from “Underwood (London)” is a cross between an expandable winder and the more traditional ‘jewelry box’ style winder. The unit itself is completely removable and can be placed into a wide variety of cases from single framed leather boxes to large wooden units housing twenty or more modules.
It seems like all everyone is talking about at the moment is the new Claret X-Trem-1 timepiece.
Blancpain unveiled its new Villeret Skeleton 8 days this week at Baselworld and not surprisingly the response has been very positive. I mean, look at it!
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