Gallery: SIHH 2015 AP Ladies Collection

Audemars Piguet (AP) has been creating complicated watches for women for over 130 years, it first began back in 1883. Since entering the segment, the Le Brassus brand has always crafted lady’s timepieces with the goal of making them reliable, beautiful to wear and demonstrating expert craftsmanship. At SIHH this year, AP is continuing with that tradition by releasing a number of new references across its various, for ladies, collections.

For our money, the Millenary is the most captivating lady’s timepiece that AP released at SIHH 2015.

Gallery: A. Lange & Söhne’s SIHH 2015 watches

A. Lange & Söhne’s makes some of the finest watches in the world and as part of the Richemont Group, the brand participates at the annual Salon International De La Haute Horologerie (SIHH) that takes place in Geneva.

This year, Lange has seven new models; the Zeitwerk Minute Repeater (read our detailed story here), a Lange 1 with a new calibre, three new Saxonia models, and new variants of the Datograph Up/Down and Datograph Perpetual.

Gallery: The most expensive watch-winder in the world?

Fabled Swiss custom automobile specialist Rinspeed led by automotive extraordinaire Frank M. Rinderknecht showed off the XchangeE driver-less concept car earlier this year. A driver-less car is a unique proposition in its own regard, however our interest in this project stems from Carl F. Bucherer’s involvement. ‘Why?’ we hear you ask. Quite simply because this is possibly the only watch-winder in the world with four wheels and a motor that actually has a horsepower rating.

Rinspeed's driver-less concept car is incredibly digital but it's also got a watch winder for your automatic watch.

Rinspeed’s driver-less concept car is incredibly digital but it’s also got a watch winder for your automatic watch.