TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Carrera Date

In an ode to timeless elegance, Swiss luxury watchmaker TAG Heuer presents three new additions to its esteemed Carrera collection. The TAG Heuer Carrera Date, a radiant release of three 36mm precious timepieces, perfectly embodies the commitment to superior design and comfort.

Building upon the success of the 36mm in 2023, these timepieces are a manifestation of understated femininity, accentuated further through usage of precious materials like 18ct rose gold, mother-of-pearl.

TAG Heuer Monaco Split-Seconds Chronograph

TAG Heuer introduces the remarkable TAG Heuer Monaco Split-Seconds Chronograph in both red and blue editions.

A noteworthy achievement in watchmaking craftmanship and avant-garde innovation, the horological masterpiece is destined to caprivate connoisseurs, collectors and watch enthusiasts alike. The star of the show is the spectacular TH81-00 mechanical split-seconds chronograph caliber, crafted entirely in titanium, and showcased through the spaphire crystal caseback.

TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Skipper

Following a welcome return to the world of yachting with last year’s release of the Carrera Skipper chronograph in steel, TAG Heuer annonces a new version of the watch featuring a case made from 18ct rose gold. Based on the best-selling ‘glassbox’ design launched in early 2023 and the historic Skipper Reference 7754 of 1968 in terms of its colour scheme, the timepiece is powered by the Heuer 02 (Ref. TH20-06) in-house calibre – a version of the Heuer 02 movement especially adapted for regatta timing.

Creating the 39mm case in 18ct rose gold, which combines fine brushed and polished finishes, elevates the Skipper to a level of sophistication that is sure to appeal to high-end collectors - but its usefulness as a fully-functional sailing watch remains uncompromised.



The brand showcases 11 new references in the millesime collection: from the GPHG 2023 award-winning model with small seconds counter at 6 o'clock enhanced with two new colour hues of Denim Blue and British Racing Green, an elegant moon phase with central seconds, a 35mm feminine line with central seconds hand or a poetic moon phase in a contemporary setting of 16 lab grown diamond, to a Tri-Compax chronograph with vintage allure of celebrated Panda models. Each timepiece is a result of watchmaking expertise and adhesion to the codes of an understated, elegant style, blending character and discretion, distinctiveness and timeless appeal.

Frederique Constant

Frederique Constant

Classic Date Manufacture

Frederique Constant has refreshed its Classic Date Manufacture collection with three new models featuring the advanced FC-706 Manufacture calibre, which boasts a 72-hour power reserve. The updated models feature a reduced 40mm steel case, down from 42mm, aligning with contemporary watchmaking trends.

The redesigned dials, available in silver, black, or salmon with a sunburst finish, offer polished, slim hour markers and a 'railtrack' minute circle, enhancing both legibility and aesthetic appeal. The watches maintain a minimalist ethos, with new diamond-faceted hour markers optimized for clear date display.

Each model comes with a five-year warranty and is paired with high-quality alligator straps that complement the dial colors, ensuring a sophisticated look. These enhancements underline Frederique Constant's commitment to combining technical excellence with elegant design.


Frederique Constant has enhanced its Classic Moonphase Date Manufacture line with three new 40mm models, featuring a newly designed steel case and available in silver, blue, or green sunburst dials. These models are powered by the new FC-716 movement, developed in-house, which offers a notable 72-hour power reserve. Emphasizing reliability, these watches now come with a five-year warranty.

The new FC-716 movement is an evolution of the FC-715, maintaining over 90% of its components, ensuring tested reliability and high performance. Design updates include a fan-shaped Cotes de Genève finish visible through a see-through caseback. Each timepiece, water-resistant to 50 meters, combines fine watchmaking and astronomical elements with a moonphase and date display at six o'clock, beautifully integrating complex calendar functions with phases of the moon.

The models feature enhanced aesthetics like diamond-cut hands and hour markers, and a 'railtrack' minute circle, complemented by an onion-shaped crown. Two versions come with a navy blue alligator strap, while the third is paired with a green alligator strap to match the dial, reinforcing the unique character of each.


Frederique Constant introduces the Classics Elegance Luna, a new addition to their Classics collection that features a unique moonphase design created by the daughter of the Manufacture’s head of R&D. This design showcases a romantic depiction of two half-moons embracing against a starry backdrop, set on a mother-of-pearl dial within a 36mm steel case.

The watch is available in four variations, each powered by the automatic FC-331 calibre with a 38-hour power reserve. Design elements include new Roman numeral hour markers that match the color of the leather strap, and a jewel-set minute track. Two of the models also feature a bezel set with a total of 96 diamonds, adding a touch of luxury.

The dial colors—pink, light green, blue, or grey—change with the light due to their moire finish. The two standout models feature fully jewel-set hour rings and bezels, one in apple green and the other in denim blue. The other two models offer a more subdued elegance, one in navy blue and the other in romantic red, both with a diamond-set hour ring. This collection blends classical watchmaking with a novel, romantic flair, making each piece a unique expression of time.