“180 years of Longines” contains historically important watches as well as modern Longines watch models for both men and ladies. Among the other featured topics include advice for those interested in purchasing vintage watches at auction; an exploration Longines’s historic relationships with sports and aviation; and a look at the brand’s long tradition of making chronographs. The issue also includes an exclusive interview with Nayla Hayek, chairwoman of the Swatch Group, which owns Longines, in which she discusses how this traditional watch brands stays contemporary.
The WatchTime Special Issue “180 years of Longines” is a must-read for watch aficionados and watch collectors who want to expand their knowledge about the history of Longines and its many milestone watches.
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