This Week in Watches: F.P. Journe revamped in gold, a Darwin-inspired series by Arnold & Sons, a modular version of the Inkler DEFAKTO, and more.
NOT YOUR FATHER’S GMT
Of all the brands of the Richemont luxury group to exhibit at the annual SIHH in Geneva, Greubel Forsey may be the most ambitious and experimental. Their hand-wound Tourbillon GMT has been out a few years — 2011 saw its initial release in pink gold and the white gold version came out a year later — but this year it was released in weighty platinum as a truly fascinating timepiece. We break down the asymmetrical beauty.
Dawn of a tourbillon
David Yurman, a designer and sculptor at heart, boasts a reputation in the jewelry industry that needs no introduction. His latest releases into the horological world are the David Yurman Ancestrale collection, consisting of the Tourbillon (left), the Jumping Hours (right) and the Small Seconds. All three pieces in the collection are limited production models…