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The Watches of Switzerland Group opens new Tag Heuer boutique in Guildford

The Watches of Switzerland Group opens new Tag Heuer boutique in Guildford

The Watches of Switzerland Group, the UK's leading luxury watch and jewellery specialist, has partnered with TAG Heuer to open a new TAG Heuer boutique on the high street in Guildford, Surrey.
The contemporary space is 86 square meters, making it one of the larger mono-brand boutiques. The interior of the boutique reflects TAG Heuer's motoring heritage with tones of grey and dashes of TAG Heuer's iconic red.
Over 130 timepieces are available for purchase including TAG Heuer's newest launch of the Carrera Three Hands collection. The new TAG Heuer Carrera collection is comprised of 13 pieces and four versions.... read more

Posted: 10 December 2021

Timex Group announces license agreement with Judith Leiber Couture

Timex Group announces license agreement with Judith Leiber Couture

Timex Group, a global leader in watchmaking for over 165 years, has announced a strategic new license agreement with global luxury brand Judith Leiber Couture.The partnership began this month with the introduction of two limited-edition watch designs, the T80 digital and Q analog. With the fashion-forward touch of Judith Leiber, the styles will be limited to 200 units each and feature over 900 hundred Swarovski crystals on the watch cases, dials and bracelets in playful colour combinations.... read more

Posted: 20 September 2021

Watchfinder & Co removes gender classifications

Watchfinder & Co removes gender classifications

Luxury watch retailer Watchfinder & Co is said to be the first UK watch seller to remove gender labels from its operations, including its website and all stores. The company will instead label the watches as small, medium or large. The industry-first move has seen the brand launch a campaign with award-winning music artist Tinie Tempah –calling for all jewellery and watches to be made genderless as standard.The brand is urging manufacturers to follow suit and refer to watches by their size alone and ditch the 'redundant, restrictive and outdated' gender model, which labels certain watches as only suitable for those of a particular sex, undermining people's personal tastes and size choices.... read more

Posted: 7 April 2021