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Luxury watches: The trendy and the bizarre

For 2016, London’s own Brad Homes—a known contributor and moderator on Watchuseek—was tapped to gives us his take on what stood out at this year’s show.

For 2016, London’s own Brad Homes—a known contributor and moderator on Watchuseek—was tapped to gives us his take on what stood out at this year’s show.

Haute horology isn’t often discussed at on worn&wound. But once a year, Salon QP – #London’s three-day #watch extravaganza – offers an opportunity to geek out over some of the more esoteric offerings in the watch world.


Once again, many famous names in watchmaking and independent visionaries braved London’s November drizzle to wow the crowds at the Saatchi Gallery with a range of watches that intrigue, excite, inspire, or simply provoke. Due to the large number of magnificent watches on display and the limited number of hours in a day, it was impossible to dedicate as much time to each watch as they richly deserve. Fortunately, attention is often drawn to the more unusual or innovative timepieces.