Baselworld watch and jewellery show is an international trade show held each spring in Basel, Switzerland, attracting more than 120,000 visitors each year from 100 countries.
A key digital media partner for Baselworld 2017, The Jewellery Editor brought its experts eye to the most important watch and jewellery show of the year.
We are witnessing a welcome return to nature as the world of design, from jewellery and fashion to interiors, embraces all things green.
Feminine to the core, these chic, diamond-adorned ladies' watches stood out at the biggest watch and jewellery show in the world.
Often designed in tandem with catwalk collections, watches are becoming integral to a brand's haute-couture offerings, writes Rebecca Doulton.
On our third day in Basel we encountered galaxies of pearls, a new Indian jewellery designer to watch and a Keshi pearl transformed into a shark.
Bulgari launches a Serpenti collection at Baselworld capable of shedding its skin in seconds and enriches its LVCEA family with two new complications.
Top five watches after our second day at the rodeo where nostalgia and animation steal the show.
Day two at Baselworld was a busy one, filled with hundreds of jewels. Here are just a few of the highlights.
Day one at Baselworld and the heat is on. Here is our round-up of our favourite women’s and men’s watches so far…
Our first day in Basel was stuffed with sensational jewellery. Here are our favourites.
Today, Bulgari unveils the Octo Finissimo Automatic, the thinnest automatic movement in the world, alongside the new Octo Finissimo Tourbillon Skeleton.
We’re heading to Baselworld for another round of intense watch gazing. Here are five watches we are looking forward to meeting in person.
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