Spring is still keeping us waiting. Luckily, there’s fashion around which doesn’t just look good, it also keeps you warm. A short but sweet edition for women.
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present the beautiful, colourful jewellery collection of Tamara Comolli. “Our philosophy is to design pieces of jewellery which are timeless and versatile.”
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar. IWC Schaffhausen has returned to a round case for the Da Vinci collection, which was so successfully established by the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar in 1985.
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present the Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller, a technical divers’ watch waterproof today to a depth of 1,220 metres, originally designed for the pioneers of professional deep-sea diving.
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present: the Ice Cube from Chopard. This multi-facetted ring is crafted from “Fairmined” certified ethical 18 carat rose gold. It is part of an edgy collection defined by geometrical shapes.
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present jewellery from Bulgari. Closely interwoven with the history of humanity, the seductive motif of the snake dates back to the stories of Greek and Roman mythology. A motif representing wisdom, vitality and seduction. An enchanting Bulgari jewellery creation.
Heavy snowfall is forecast for the next few days. Which is great, of course. But then we do need a few short-term sporting alternatives – indoors. Here are five good tips.
It is a story of style, passion and self-belief; but above all, it is the story of a woman. The story of I for icon, I for inspiration, I for IMPERIALE. Blessed with a majestic charisma, the modern empress needs no regal attributes to express her captivating personality. Her timeless jewellery, an elegant reflection of her femininity, perfectly accentuates her charm and generosity.
Esprit, independence and style distinguish the Drive de Cartier man. A way of life and an attitude of mind between pleasure and art. An unclassifiable, natural-seeming man, more sophisticated than might appear at first glance. His talent: he is born to be free.
Thanks to its mixture of courage, passion and elegance, Cartier is a pioneer in the art of watchmaking. The brand did not only create the very first wristwatch, it also redesigned the watch at the beginning of the 20th century with the first square dial. Cartier watches are “Mechanics of Passion”, combining character with cutting-edge technology.
Tamara Comolli has been fascinated since childhood by precious stones – their colours, sparkle and variety. Today, her jewellery immortalizes this almost ruinous passion. In the playfully feminine, rounded shapes of the Mikado Collection, as much as the valuable individual stones, which she often holds on to for a long time as one-of-a-kind gems before releasing them for her collections.
The new Breitling Navitimer 01 (46 mm) Limited Edition with its combination of steel case and black-brown dial with golden hands demonstrates that a great classic amongst watches will always be a great classic, irrespective of the choice of materials or colours.
The Air-King features a distinctive black dial with large 3, 6 and 9 numerals marking the hours and a prominent minute scale for navigational time readings. The dial bears the Air-King name in the lettering created especially for this model in the 1950s.
This watch illustrates once more the innovative power of Panerai’s idea laboratory. The Panerai LAB-ID makes clever use of carbon to create a case with extraordinary features. Available soon at Zegg&Cerlati Ischgl.
The new “Happy Diamonds” line lifts Chopard’s legendary moving diamonds heavenwards to dreams full of radiant and joyful promise.
Bulgari presents its B.zero1 Perfect Mistake Ring, a combination of three different gold tones which was created by chance but is nevertheless perfect. The B.zero1 ring with its iconic spiral motif is enriched by the […]