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Summer here we come with an air-land-sea trilogy synonymous with vacation time, as well as with fields of expression explored by a number of watch brands, and a compass for our editorial team throughout this edition. As slim and light as a puff of breeze, the Octo Finissimo on our cover sets the tempo, while the fourth world record it earns Bulgari does not prevent management from keeping their feet on the ground. The same goes for Thierry Esslinger, the recently appointed CEO of Breguet, who evokes the Marine adventure and the reason for which Breguet’s commitment to the seas naturally also involves both air and land.
When Patek Philippe offers a new dual-time watch designed for pilots, we immediately take the controls to offer our readers a top-flight analysis. The staging of these three elements naturally also applies to our in-house photoshoot portfolio, revealing 2018 new models, some of which as exclusives or in preview mode. The transition from photography to watch photo competitions is a natural one that we invite you to take by participating in the first of its kind for an international public, on watch-photo-awards.com. The platform is extremely user-friendly, participation is simple, the prizes are well worth striving for and the finest talents will have multiple chances to earn recognition. The Watch Photo Awards were launched in May by a panel of specialized media under the impetus of , and each year until October, they offer a chance to share your enthusiasm for your watch and to win a weekend for two in one of Geneva’s five-star hotels. Make the most of the summer to give your watch a starring role on air, land or sea.