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Time tested: the best watches from Geneva
Brands at this year’s Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie luxury-watch show in Geneva have been inspired by celestial bodies and the search for new materials – with designs that shoot for the stars.
Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie
Switzerland's annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie gathers together the world's elite watchmaking brands. Monocle visits Geneva to see the latest horological wonders.
Geneva Motor Show 2012
This year's Geneva Motor Show arrived in style, with its luxury launches and all-singing, all-dancing attractions often diverting attention away from the actual cars. But it was also a solid year for sensible motoring, with many models you could drive home in without feeling too guilty about the carbon tyre-tracks.
The private flight market is still waiting for a real recovery but no one has given up yet. At the annual private aviation exhibition EBACE, representatives from every corner of the market pushed their products and talked up the merits of business aviation. Gabriel Leigh visits Geneva’s Palexpo to gauge the state of the industry.
Geneva Motor Show 2009
Car sales around the world are in freefall but the global economy is not the only problem - too many vehicles are design disasters. Monocle visits this year's Geneva Motor Show to discover how the automotive industry is gearing up for the rocky road ahead and to track down the best models.
Smaller, faster, comfier and even cheaper - private aircraft of all shapes, sizes and price points were on offer at the EBACE aviation expo in Geneva. With sales on this side of the Atlantic still brisk, Monocle editor in chief Tyler Brûlé picks his best in show. There's more on the entire aviation sector in the June 2008 issue of the magazine.
Geneva Motor Show 2008
Green credentials and energy efficiency were the buzzwords at the glitzy annual Geneva Motor Show, now in its 78th year. But the real show-stopper was Nissan's latest project, its luxury sub-brand Infiniti, set to launch in Europe this year. Toyota's Lexus will be watching very closely as Nissan takes the wraps off its new FX, touted as a whole new type of car.