Baselworld trends #3: classic style

Elegance for every wrist: classic watches remain an evergreen product.

Rolex renews its Cellini collection with three modern models: the “Time”, three hands, The “date”, with analogical date indication, and the “Dual Time”. All share the Rolex DNA: fluted bezel, oyster-like shape of the case, automatic movement and water resistant at 50 meters under the water.

Tudor increases the Heritage collection with the Ranger, a classic sport watch available with stainless steel bracelet or leather strap, both regular or winchester. A second strap is complementary, with a camouflage motif.

Patek Philippe completes the Calatrava offer with a silver dial on its white gold reference 5153G.

Zenith introduces a new classic watch, elegant and timeless: the Captain Port Royal.

Longines celebrates the 60th anniversary of the filing of the patent for its “Conquest” brand launching its Conquest Heritage 1954-2014, a selection of timepieces based directly on the very first Conquest watches. These numbered models, issued in limited series, just like the original versions, the case back of these commemorative pieces is decorated with a gold and enamel medallion, the “gold seal of Longines quality”.

Tag Heuer turns to the classic with its Carrera Calibre 9 collection. We selected the Day-date watch with 41mm case.


Il Cellini Time, di Rolex, nella versione in oro bianco con quadrante silver


Gli orologi Ranger di Tudor, nella versione con bracciale e cinturino winchester


Nuovo quadrante argenté per il 5153G di Patek Philippe


Lo Zenith Captain Port Royal, in acciaio con quadrante silver


Il Tag Heuer Calibre 5 Day-Date

Tags: Longines Patek Philippe Rolex SIHH & Baselword Tag Heuer Tudor Zenith