2012 Baselworld Swiss Exhibitors-trends Beyond Sexual Fashion

BaselWorld BaselWorld is one of the most important watchmaking and jewelry exhibitions in the world. Its 40th exhibition will be held from March 8th to 15th, 2012. A highlight of this exhibition is that it will be an opportunity to confirm the resumption of growth in export trends, but it is first of all to reveal the latest creations of Swiss exhibitors that compete with each other for originality and skills.
There are countless choices! From the most classic to completely futuristic, from feminine to masculine, and from quartz watches to mechanical watches, here will bring together the most emotional and technically created with innovation and tradition. Timepiece. Although some trends naturally develop year after year, Swiss watchmakers are careful not to create their own models based on fleeting fashion trends. Watches are extremely important in life.
Retro look and spirit
The retro style has been the focus of attention in recent years, and it has been reexamined and revised with contemporary aesthetics. These ‘new vintage’ creations relive the glory of old watches. As a result, Guanghua in the 1950s and 1960s will once again bloom on our wrists, though very sober. Simplified aesthetics, ultra-thin case, practical functionality and comfort are absolutely necessary. In the final analysis, a mechanism for rethinking is needed to improve it. The automatic movement ushers in its most brilliant moment, it is suitable for a variety of additional modules, strikes a new rhythm and can be decorated in various ways.
From ‘new vintage’ to 100% futuristic
BaselWorld is also an opportunity to learn about ‘another dimension’ of watches. Welcome to such an avant-garde world, where classics have no place, giving way to watches with innovative architecture and extraordinary displays. Stunning technology combines titanium, ceramics, carbon fiber, rubber … liquid, solid, air: break all the norms and go beyond limits! In addition, futuristic watches also have some seemingly unlikely ideas, such as sapphire crystals as the middle part or dial of the case, opaque glass discs to mask time, or alternate display and hide mechanisms.
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