Since 1925, watch retailers, collectors and makers have all descended on Basel, Switzerland during the first half of the year to both share and discover what’s next in the world of watchmaking. Despite shifting trends in how and when timepieces are released, the event still holds a central role in the world of horology. That’s why this year our editors have flown across the Atlantic to join the crowds at Basel. We’ll be live on the ground every day covering the newest and most significant releases, as well as sharing our thoughts on the newest trends and more. To stay up to date on all things watch-related, keep an eye on this space throughout the event and afterward.

Zodiac Has Brought Back its Beloved, Affordable GMT Watch

Zodiac is continuing its tradition of recreating classics by bringing back the Aerospace GMT, an affordable dual-time watch.

The New Limited Edition Oris Diver Makes a Serious Statement

A striking watch that manages to stand out on the wrist without sacrificing functionality.

Monta’s New GMT Combines the Best of its Different Watches

With the new Atlas GMT watch, Monta once again offers a ton of value in the form of a useful complication in a solid, refined package.

One of Patek Philippe’s Most Striking Watches Gets an Update In Rose Gold

The annual calendar regulator reference 5235 is an unusual watch for Patek Philippe, now done up with a two-tone dial and rose gold case.

Itay Noy’s Latest is a Playful Take on a Conventional Watch Dial

The Israeli watchmaker’s newest is a watch that integrates both traditional analog hands and “digital” windows on the dial.