The Baselworld Watch Show sees the world's leading brands converge in Switzerland to showcase the best of their new designs. Esquire was one of over 94,000 visitors. Here is the best of what we sawMore
Another retro-inspired timepiece, Breitling's beautifully simple Transocean 1915 features an on-point Milanese strap, an open cream dial and smooth round aesthetic. The watch (which is limited to a run of 1915 pieces) has been designed to celebrate 100 years since Breitling introduced the independent chronograph push piece.
The only men's release from Dior this year, the Dual Time features all the design codes of the brand's now iconic Chiffre Rouge model. This time round, however, the case has been slimmed down considerably. The unusual addition of a pusher at 10 o'clock also affords the watch a sense of avant garde asymmetry.