Interviews with celebrities, watch brand ambassadors and watch brand executives.

Touring Marie Antoinette’s Private Residence, Petit Trianon – Made Possible by Breguet

In more ways than one, my recent trip to Petit Trianon – private home of Marie Antoinette – was made possible by Breguet. Bringing past and present full circle, luxury watch brand Breguet has woven an intricate web of history and forethought. As most already know, Marie Antoinette, like many others of the Royal Court…

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Mouawad Creates Royal Fantasy Bra for Victoria’s Secret

As regular readers here at Atimelyperspective know, we like to take a little sojourn from watches once in a while – since you can’t breathe, eat, sleep watches no matter how much you want to. Thus, we often explore other wonderful categories such as travel, cars and the like on our Weekend Sojourns. This weekend,…

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Hands On with the Montblanc ExoTourbillon Rattrapante

A couple of nights ago in New York City, Montblanc celebrated the opening of its Madison Avenue Boutique – with a star-studded guest roster and outstanding product. Leading the event was the recently appointed global CEO, Jerome Lambert, and Montblanc North America President and CEO, Jan-Patrick Schmitz. One of the real stars of the show…

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Giants’ Quarterback Eli Manning Puts Faith in Time

Giants Quarterback Eli Manning may not be having his best season yet. However, time alone will tell how it all pans out.  According to Manning, time is something he totally respects. This son of former NFL quarterback Archie Manning, and younger brother of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, grew up around football.  And no matter…

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Exclusive: Inside the Tourbillon Room at Breguet

It is common knowledge in the watch world that Abraham-Louis Breguet invented the tourbillon — a highly precise mechanism that eliminates certain problems in accuracy due to the effects of gravity when the watch is in certain positions.  Breguet first conceived of the tourbillon in 1795, though it was not patented until 1801, and not…

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4 Most Impressive Clocks in the Palace of Versailles and Petit Trianon

While in Paris last week with Breguet  on an exciting trip to experience the past and present of the brand (we bring you more about that in the next weeks) – we had the wonderful opportunity to visit the Palace of Versailles (complete with a private tour of the rarely open Kings Chambers) and the…

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