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Luxury Daily Hosts Panel: Women in a Male-Dominated Watch World

Luxury Daily's Women in Luxury Conference. The panelists for the Watch discussion (Women in a male-dominated world) include (left to right) Sarah Zaouk, Baume & Mercier, Sara Orlando of WatchTime Magazine, Roberta Naas, moderator, founder of ATimelyPerspective.com, Rebecca Fisher of the Real Real, Sharon Buntain of Montblanc.

Recently, I had the distinct pleasure of moderating a panel for Luxury Daily’s full-day conference (held at UBS bank in mid-town Manhattan):  Women in Luxury.  With more than 100 businesswomen and men speaking about women in cars, watches, finance, it was an incredible day. The panel I was in charge of, naturally, was watches, and more to the…

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Daylight Saving Time Ends November 5 at 2:00 AM … Clocks Fall Back

Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, November 5, so if you go to bed before 2 am, you may want to set your clocks back by an hour before you snooze.  This is the season when the clocks  “fall back” by an hour — so you do get an extra hour of sleep…

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How Black Watches Get Their Black Color (PVD, DLC, Ceramic)

Black watches get their color from a variety of processes, including DLC, PVD and ceramic or alloys made in black.

Happy Halloween. Typically this is a day we take a look at skull watches, skeleton watches, or serpent watches. However, we opted for a different tact this year — a close up look at how black watches get their black color. As an educational piece, this topic is timeless and is one we answer questions…

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Paul Newman Rolex Daytona Sells for $17.775 Million at Phillips Auction

Paul Newman wearing his Rolex Daytona

Last night in a short 12 minutes, a record was set for the Paul Newman Rolex Daytona wristwatch as the highest priced Rolex sold at auction. This was not just any Paul Newman Rolex Daytona — it was the one that actually belonged to the actor and racecar driver. It is the watch that started…

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RGM and Hollywood 1923 Bring Hollywood to the Wrist

The Hollywood Watch by RGM for Hollywood 1923 features a piece of metal from the original Hollywood sign that was erected on the hillside in 1923.

It isn’t every day that you can say you are wearing an actual piece of Hollywood on your wrist. However, thanks to American watch brand RGM, and a group of cinema buffs known as Hollywood  1923, you now have a one in 12 chance of doing exactly that.  Roland Murphy, founder of RGM, was approached by…

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First Look: Introducing The MB&F Legacy Machine Split Escapement (LM SE) Watch (prices)

MB&F Legacy Machin Split Escapement watch

Today, MB&F unveiled the newest Legacy Machine, the  Split Escapement (LM SE) watch.  We will be taking a much closer look at this watch this weekend, when we will have it on our wrists and we will bring you a video about it at that point in time. For now, we bring you a first…

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