Neo-vintage

Combining traditional with contemporary, the neo-vintage era of watches is expansive, stretching from the late 1970s into the early 2000s. From the emergence of independent watchmakers like François-Paul Journe and Daniel Roth, to the disruptive Patek Philippe Aquanaut with its novel rubber strap and checkerboard dial, our selection of neo-vintage watches offers a wide variety of possibilities for the wearer who seeks to combine vintage romance with modern disruptiveness.

Neo-vintage

Combining traditional with contemporary, the neo-vintage era of watches is expansive, stretching from the late 1970s into the early 2000s. From the emergence of independent watchmakers like François-Paul Journe and Daniel Roth, to the disruptive Patek Philippe Aquanaut with its novel rubber strap and checkerboard dial, our selection of neo-vintage watches offers a wide variety of possibilities for the wearer who seeks to combine vintage romance with modern disruptiveness.