Staged around the world, the event probed the issues most critical to the future of fashion, from climate change and ethical practice to gender equality.
What makes an eco-friendly watch and how to buy one in confidence?
From the Baltic States to Hungary down to Croatia, Eastern Europe is proving very fertile for craft beer.
This is about driving a car that’s unique to you and tailored to your exact demands.
A multi-award-winning design duo proved that commercial waste is actually a good resource.
These are more than just a venue for drinking
One of the oldest Swiss watchmakers just launched a new collection after 25 years. We visited their workshop to learn more about their 144-year-old savoir-faire
The luxury watch sector has embraced modernity at the 29th edition of SIHH.
A small family business in the Czech Republic is the last place where traditional Christmas decorations from blown glass beads are still made.
We toured a factory in Bucharest making fashion goods for luxury brands.
The mobile exhibition presents 72 watches competing to win the "Watchmaking World’s Oscar".
Restoration works have been made for the clock to go back to its 19th-century mechanical design.
Discover Homo Faber, a showcase of exceptional European craftsmanship in Venice.
The luxury Swiss brand is modernising its mechanical watches to appeal to younger customers.
Welcome to UGEARS’ workshop, where horses, trains and instruments powered by gears, cranks and rubber bands are crafted.
Making croquet balls is a tedious, demanding profession. Only three people in the world are qualified croquet ball makers. Paul Manwaring is one of them.
Egyptian craftsman remains loyal to the dying art of horse-drawn carriage manufacturing.
Artists added a modern twist to the traditional design.
A small French factory decided to revive the desire for the luxury of silk stockings.
A pair of shoes for 20 years - Bavarian shoemakers produce high-quality shoes using leather made from fish skin