Watches & Wonders 2023 Highlights

Lindsay Judge   |   28-03-2023

As Watches & Wonders kicks off its latest edition in Geneva we reveal some of the novelties revealed so far.


Lange & Söhne

Four years since A. Lange & Söhne launched its first sporty-elegant timepiece the ODYSSEUS, the brand returns with the ODYSSEUS CHRONOGRAPH which joins the ODYSSEUS family. Featuring the newly developed L156.1 calibre, the watchmaker’s first self-winding chronograph movement, it combines innovation and dynamic function.


ODYSSEUS CHRONOGRAPH, reference 463.178.


“The ODYSSEUS CHRONOGRAPH transports the contemporary and one-of-a-kind design of the watch family to a new technical dimension. It meets all the requirements of a stopwatch suitable for many fields of application, without relinquishing the hallmarks of Lange precision watchmaking,” says Anthony de Haas, Director of Product Development ahead of the launch at this year’s Watches & Wonders. The ultra-exclusive ODYSSEUS CHRONOGRAPH timepiece comes in a limited edition of just 100 watches.



Panerai has unveiled a new in-house movement developed specifically for its legendary  Radiomir collection. It is the first annual calendar complication of Panerai and marks a key moment for the House. The watch is interpreted in three new iterations: the Radiomir California, Radiomir Otto Giorni and Radiomir Quaranta in GoldtechTM.



The Radiomir California

This exciting new timepiece features never-before-seen details from the Maison. The brand launches its first ever 45mm sized dial, which historically was produced in 47mm, the green makes the watch a collector’s worthy piece.


Radiomir Otto Giorni

An absolute homage to the original Radiomir and its enduring legacy in shaping modern Panerai interpretations, the new Radiomir Otto Giorni references feature strong vintage aesthetics that expounds on its retro spirit.



Radiomir Quaranta in GoldtechTM

The contemporary and most versatile of Radiomir interpretations, Radiomir Quaranta, now comes in Panerai GoldtechTM material, expressing the spirit of its original precision through its continuing innovative pursuits.

Quaranta, forty in Italian, stands for the 40mm case size that defines the collection’s essence – a contemporary adaptation of the 47mm size of the original Radiomir edition made some eight decades ago.



As Piaget embarks on a new creative adventure, the Maison rekindles the spirit of innovation that turned the 1960s and 70s timepieces into thrilling contemporary objects of desire for the jet set. With the launch of its 2023 novelties, the brand recreates the excitement of unexpected encounters between audacity, ingenuity and mesmerizing mastery.







Bulgari has revealed the newest chapter of the Octo Roma collection. Unveiled at Watches & Wonders in Geneva the new Octo Roma models include a new automatic model as well as new tourbillion pieces, offering an unconventional take on timeless Haute Horologie.





This year, Cartier’s new watch collections reflect the endless process of transformation and reinvention that’s connected with time at the House. With new iterations of its iconic models including the Tank, the Santos-Dumont and the Baignoire, the house celebrates watches full of form and character through a new prism of creativity.



Van Cleef & Arpels 



Van Cleef & Arpels has revealed a series of new Perlée watches adorned with rose gold contours enhancing the brightness of the dial. Additionally, the brand reveals the new Ludo Secret watches, inspired by the Ludo bracelet, a signature piece of the Maison. Following in the footsteps of the secret watches that the Maison holds dear, these elegant timepieces reveal their dial when the two motifs are pressed simultaneously.