All eyes at our sister magazine GMT are focused on Thursday 15th October, when the publication will celebrate its 15th anniversary at a special party organized at the HEAD (Geneva University of Art and Design) in conjunction with the Geneva DS Store. It will be a chance to look back over 15 years of watch news, the institutionalization of the 12th art pioneered by the magazine, as well as a chance to look to the future (in particular to WorldTempus’s own 15th anniversary celebrations next year).

“Prepare to say “Happy 15th birthday” to GMT magazine!”

Paul O'Neil

By coincidence, the 15th of October has also been chosen by three brands sharing the same letter of the alphabet for some significant announcements. As the vagueness suggests, we cannot say anything more at the moment, but in addition to our retrospective on GMT magazine on Thursday, there will also be lots of other exciting news on the site on the same day.

But since WorldTempus publishes seven days a week, 365 days a year, there will be plenty of news every day this week, too, including the 150th anniversary of music-box manufacturer Reuge, a focus on the Louis Moinet Memoris chronograph and the continuation of our series of round tables analyzing the pre-selected watches in the GPHG 2015.

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